Here are quick links to articles related to our club:
“A Conversation Between A Model Boy and a Passing Old Lady”
By Arthur Elton Nealy
An Airy Chat with the Editor
A history of gliders.
Planes and Spirits take Flight —1996
A republished article dealing with Indoor Free Flight published Feb. 15, 1996.
New Easy Way to Learn Aviation
For fun—We have scanned an Ad from a 1934 issue of Popular Aviation that we think you will enjoy.
A History of Gliders throughout Aviation History—by Jeff Nisley— As a novice aeromodeler and one of the many editors for the Web site—I welcome new visitors and our existing members to visit this site often, and hope that you stay a while and learn about our club. As a new feature page for our website, … Continue reading A Chat with the Editor
Just for fun we feature an ad scanned from an ad featured in a September 1934 Popular Aviation Magazine: To view and print a full sized PDF of the ad to the right, use this link: Make-Models-for-Money. In 1934, a kit to build a model by the Ideal Aeroplane & Supply Co., costs $1.75. It’s … Continue reading New Easy Way To Learn Aviation
Here we present an article published in the February 15, 1996 Kansas City Star, written by Lewis Diuguid. We are republishing it now because it seems just as relevant today as when it was written. The gymnasium at the Ozanam Home for Boys seemed too quiet to have Heart of America Free Flight Association airplanes … Continue reading Planes and Spirits Take Flight — 1996