Chloe Robison's sophomore Chi Omaega picture at Utah State University in 1935.
My Mom, Chloe Robison, in Dec 1934. Mom wrote in her history in 1987 that she had the feminine lead, Julie, in Ferenc Molnar's "Liliom" which was later adapted as a musical on Broadway and the movies as "Carousel". She said, "I preferred the drama over the musical. It was the highlight of anything I had ever done in dramatics and concluded to be one of the best dramatic performances or productions ever made at Utah State."
My Mom, Chloe Robison, bottom row, 3rd from the right in a group shot of ROTC sponsors.
My Mom, Chloe Robison, as an ROTC Sponsor at Utah State University in 1935. Also in this photo: Marion Skidmore, Marjorie Bee, Joan Stewart, Dorothy Alder, Elma Buttars, Miles Romney, Wilburn Talbot, Reuben Hill, Erin Rundquist, snf Ernest Lundahl.
My Daddy, Ernie Triscik, 5th from the right, standing (the short, good looking guy) and his sister, my Aunt Florence Triscik (Frow) 5th from the right sitting down with the fashionable bob.
"Freshies" for Freshme, their first year at Salem High. My Aunt Florence was 15 and my dad was 13 (previously, he skipped 2 years of school and graduated from high school at age 16)
Bobby Kennedy campaigning for President of US in 1968 at the San Jose, Ca airport (3 months before his death).
My Dad, Ernie Triscik, about age 7 (2nd from the right). He and his brother and sister lived here for 10 years as their mother, Kitty Leggitt Triscik died in 1914 and their father, Frank Triscik, died in acoal mining accident in 1917.
White’s Iowa Manual Labor Institute was founded in 1851 by Josiah White, a Philadelphia Quaker. . For many years, the agency was operated as an orphanage and school, providing spiritual education and teaching work skills.
L to R: Lawrence & Amelda Coop with Ernie & Chloe Triscik Living it up somewhere in Vegas in the 1950's maybe seeing old Blue Eyes. My Dad, Ernie's finger looks as if he is pointing to the A-1 Stake Sauce, but I think he is holding a cigarette which is hidden by the water glass in front of his hand.
Charles Ernest Triscik, was first called Charlie, by his family, when he was little. After his mother and father died, he went to live at Whites Institute, a Quacker Orphanage in Iowa. He was then called Ernie because another boy at the Institute was named Charlie.