O.K. we are making progress. First make sure your boxes are rated to support a ceiling fan. If not swap out the boxes for the heavier duty fan type after drawing out your existing wiring. Now with the power off (of course) connect the blue "light" wires coming out the top of the fan to the existing colored wires that were previously connected to the ceiling lights. These are called "switch legs". Next connect the white wires coming out of the fan to the white wires previously connected to the ceiling lights. These are called your "nuetrals". Next connect the black wires "motor" coming from the fans to the other wires in the ceiling boxes. These wires were NOT previuosly connected to the ceiling lights but are in the ceiling boxes spliced together with wirenuts. These are "hots" and have power on them no matter if the wall switch is on or off.Also these "hots" will have a white wire connected to a colored wire in the ceiling box closet to the wall switch, do not change this,(it is NOT a nuetral)it is the constant power down to the "supply" side of the wall switch. Last connect bare/green wires together which are your "grounds" When you are done you will be able to control both lights from the wall switch together and you will be able to control each fan indepently by using the pull chain on each motor wheter or not the lights are on or off.