Ty Ohni Lodge #95 Executive Committee Neckerchiefs – Part 1

A number of rarely seen neckerchiefs from Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 have recently surfaced, NOAC and Executive Committee Neckerchiefs which have led to new discoveries and the chance to clear up some confusion.

I’m going to propose several changes to current descriptions to more clearly and accurately identify the various neckerchiefs and use a common naming convention for these issues.

The Naming convention I plan to use, is currently in place for the Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee #159 N2 which uses the phrase Lodge Executive Committee Position. This convention calls for a single listing for the ‘type’ of neckerchief without separately listing issues for the Lodge Chief, Lodge Vice Chief, Lodge Advisor, Chapter Advisor, etc.  Of course if you want to collect each one, go for it.  It is your collection after all.

To start,  we need to refer to the Ty Ohni Lodge N3

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 N3

Ty-Ohni Lodge #95 N3

The Blue Book describes it as:

N3 – – WHT RED – SSC; wolf’s head design like S1-3

Note the Lettering is Multicolored (Red Outlined Black) and the Red highlights in the wolf’s tongue.

So let’s change the Blue Book description to:

N3 – – WHT M/C – SSC; Name and WWW Red outlined Blk wolf’s head design like S1-3 Red highlights in tongue.

The reasons for this will become clearer in the next few parts of this series.

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Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever.
Napoleon Bonaparte
French general & politician (1769 – 1821)
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