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Eugene Ely noted at first special event The first Eugene Ely Aviation and Technology Day was Saturday, September 25 at Cosgrove. It was the first of its kind. The joint Iowa-Johnson counties promotion marked the first time that naval aviator Ely was recognized in Iowa by two counties. Ely was the first tail hook pilot, and landed successfully on the USS Pennsylvania, January 18, 1911. Local Navy officials sent down a model of the USS Nebraska, and Iowa City fire officials sent down the historic American La France firepumper, last firepumper to serve Iowa City. Tiffin and Oxford volunteer fire departments were instrumental in the promotion. The famous Renault double hatch demounting gun tank (circa 1934) German tanker was sent down by Lawerence Historic Trust, and county ambulance officials made available an ambulance unit. Dan's Overhead Doors and More displayed items from their aviation collections. National Guard units from Iowa City and Washington brought examples of new trucks and field ambulance. Major General Robert t Mr. and Mrs. Chad Hesseltine becomes bride of Lisa Tuttle became the bride of white satin rose headpiece, and she Chad Hesseltine August 14in the carried a bouquet of dusty roses and The bridegroom wore a white tuxedo with tails. Rush Brentlinger, the bridegroom's cousin, was best man, and groomsmen were Matt Tuttle, the bride's brother, and Tom Gerot. All wore black tuxedoes with dusty rose ties and cummerbunds. The groomsmen also served as ushers. Candles were lighted by Valerie Momii and Melanie Tuttle, cousins of the bride, and Tina Sturgeon and Elizabeth Hartley, cousins of the bride, were at the guest book. Presents were carried by Jason Farrington and James Sturgeon, the bride's cousin. A reception was held at the VFW hall, and the bridegroom's parents were hosts for a rehearsal dinner at the Pizza Hut. The bride and bridegroom are graduates of Mid-Prairie High School. The bride is a homemaker, and her husband is a student at Southeastern Community College, Burlington, and is employed by Northrup King. They are at home in rural Winfield. Real estate school set at Kalona Sentman was on hand. United Methodist Church with the mixed flowers. The English River Board of Instrumentation from a B52 was . Rev. Zona Lautt officiating at the 4 Michelle Duwa was the honor Realtors is sponsoring four hours of displayed, p.m. ceremony, attendant, and bridesmaids were continuing education for licensed real estate agents October 25, from 3 to 6 Allan Hayworth, WilliamsburgParents of the couple are Veto and Kim Graves, the bride s cousin, an, d p.m. at onial Townhouse. (former postmaster) brought the Linda Tuttle, Kalona, Richard Angle tlesseltine, the bridegroom s famous post office portraits of Hesseltine, West Chester, and sister, all attired in dusty rose satin I~ I11~ ~[['~'~'ill=r~--r[F'~ Eugene Ely. The paintings are the Sherry Itesseltine, Cedar Rapids. dresses. They carric.l bouquets of ones that residents and business Given in marriage by her father, mixed flowers and dusty roses., ~ e~~l~r J~_~ leaders want to see again in the the bride wore a lace gown over Samantha tlartley, the bride Williamsburg post office, satin with beads and appliques. I Icr cousin, was flower girl. Harry Sellman and Erlis Rohret, knee-length veil was caught to a ,, l[t'~i~~ ~ I both of Cosgrove, were the guests lrl~r0~ ~if~t~~ present, as well as promoter Gary Ct IROPI lACTIC Wom. ,ooo Louis and General Sentman at last stop in and select week's ceremony with Governor a gift for that ~',~.~11~'~ Branstad and Dr. Van Allen at special couple! ~L~lqt~( Tibben Flight Lines. Brighton family hosts Dr. William Tweeton October 9 horsemanship clinics 214 South Iowa Ave. Lynn Krotz and "A Common Sense Approach to the Art of Horsemanship", taught by Buck Brannaman, nationally-known horse trainer, will be held October 9-13 at Springwater Stables, three miles east of Brighton. Hosts for the clinic are Jasper, Marie and Susy Wasson, stable owners. Brannaman has worked with horses since his youth. He spent many years with Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrence, has trained the Rolex Polo Team horses and helped George Morris with his jumpers. The week-long clinic offers colt starting and horsemanship classes. "This is a wonderful opportunity to hone horsemanship skills with one of America's finest instructors," said Susy Wasson. Cost of the five day c nic is $250 for horsemanship and $300 for colt starting. Spectators may attend the clinic for $10 a day. For more information, contact the Wassons at 1-800-258-5126. Washington, Iowa 653-2351 Man., Tues., Wed., Fri. 9-12, 1:30-5:30 Thurs. 1:30-5:30, 7-9 Sat. 9-12 Grandma Blanche your children, grandchildren & greatgrandchildren BIH Koenlg October 30 Myra Ni ley Carl Miller November 6 Nancy Bontrager and Ralph Y~ler Kimberly Miller and Scott Storch Free Gift Wrapping Nortiake Dinnerware, China and Stoneware, Napkins, Oneda Tableware, Mikasa, Corelle, Harris Knife, Chicago Cutlery, Farberware, Guest and Wedding Books and all your household needs. Ace is the Place Yotty's Inc. Hardware-Furniture Giftware Ph. 656-2512 - Kalona, Iowa TI IE KALONA NEWS - Thursday, The three credit hour course is Fair Housing and will be taught by Leslile Campbell, Des Moines. Cost is $20, payable at registration. To sign-up for the class, call Pat Johnson, 319-653-3713 or the Iowa Associaion of Realtors, 1-800-532- 1515. There will be English Rivers following 7 p.m. meeting. Dutch growers 2,000 varieties Washington Township Wednesday, October 13 6:00-8:00 p.m. $2.50 for Jr. High or older. Townshi and preschoolers are free. CHILI SUPPER & OPEN Friday, October 8, 1993 at the Fire Station Serving 4:30 - 7:00 p.m. Adults $3.00 ($3.50 at the Children (12 yrs. and under)$1 iilliii i i lilili!i ii!ii ilia! Stadium Echos Concert (Indoor Marching Band) High School Gym Free-will Donation "Quilts, Quilts and More Quilts," sponsored by the Boone County Cultural Center and Historical Museum, 602 Story St., Boone, will run October 8, 9, and 10. Doors open at 10 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and noon, Sunday. Show closes daily at 5 p.m. The show features modern and antique quilts made or brought to the Boone County area. Quilts dating back to the Civil War and beyond will be displayed. Examples of modern quilter art is a major portion of the show. Wall hangings, crib quilts and full sized quilts as well as pieced and quilted clothing, stuffed animals and pillows will fill three floors of the museum. In conjunction with the quilt show, the Museum has mounted a special textile exhibit to honor the needlework skills of Iowa women. "Textiles of Yesteryear" features quilts, handwoven coverlets, vintage clothing, and other "fancy work" made between 1800 and 1930. News tip Call 656-2273 Cheryne's Designing Center *Men *Women * Children * Cut * Style * Per'ms * Color Mon. I-9 Tues. 9-9 Thurs. 7-6 683-2314 Rt. 3, Iowa City S.E. Comer of Sharon Center HOW ABOUT THAT! l/Ideally situated in one of our i finest areas. 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