program on Saturday, Nov. 6. Dr. Rudolph Daniels will give a
presentation on "Things that make America Unique and Great" at the
Cherokee Depot at 2 p.m.
Dr. Daniels talk will feature both familiar and unfamiliar events in
United States history that make our nation different from any other in
history. From its very beginning through the Twenty-First Century, the
United Sates has achieved things unheard of in other cultures and
societies. He will explain these accomplishments in light of the
"American Spirit" which grew out of this country's unique experience of
the various frontiers and of our great Constitution. Indeed, the
United States is the most exceptional country and society the world has
Dr. Daniels received his Ph. D. Degree from Penn State University in
1971. He has taught in Europe and in various colleges in northwest
Iowa. He retired as Assistant Dean at Western Iowa Tech Community
College and currently works as Law Enforcement Planner for the Sioux
City Police Department. He has written four books and has two
currently in publication. After Dr. Daniels' program his books will
be for sale and light refreshments will be served.
Pilot Rock Chapter members will meet before the program at 1 p.m. for
a business meeting. Officers are reminded to bring two dozen cookies
to share. Their hostesses for the meeting will be Opal Williams and
Mary Beth Seggermann.