The Internet Guide to OA Insignia
Copper Council
Safford, AZ
Lodge Data
Chartered: 1961
Lodge Totem: Zuni (sun god) and pueblos
Name Translation: Salty  (Spanish)
Changes: 19??: Changed name from Na-Ko-Na
1977: Absorbed into Wipala Wiki 432


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Lodge Issues
HF1        RED cut brdr; M/C bckgrd; BLK name; BLU W4C;Tan Horned lizard;Issued by W4C as a fundraiser; based F1 
S1 RED C M/C BLK  FF; 50th ANN lodge tab at bottom   
S2a RED R M/C BLK  Thin disjointed BLK dots on pueblo; darker BRN Mtns.   
S2b RED R M/C BLK  Thick BLK dots connected in triplets; BRN Mtns.   
S2c RED R M/C BLK  Thin disjointed BLK; BRN Mtns.   
ZS4?        (Handmade Fake) 
Data for 9 patches from this lodge and type(s) are shown above.

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