Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1954 March
Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1954 March
Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1954 March

Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1954 March

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Louisville & Nashville Employee Magazine L&N 1954 March
 
L&N Employee Magazine Louisville & Nashville 1954 March
CONTENTS
ELLEN N. TELLS ALL-IN 1953 DIARYGiant diary, accidentally left on Magazine writer's desk beside Railroad's Annual Report for 1953, reveals that "Ellen N." is a big, busy and successful "girl" for all her 104 years  .M. J. RoBards 4
"SOUTHERN SUNSHINE" HEADS NORTHFrom Graceville, Fla., heart of the peanut country, the L. & N. moves a special trainload of peanut products destined for northern markets Edison H. Thomas 8
EARNING AND LEARNING THE CO-OP WAYCollege students gain valuable on-the-job engineering experience through a Cooperative plan sponsored by their school and the Old Reliable Rowland Stockk 10
A VISIT TO THE LAND OF THE CAJUNSThe Magazine's roving correspondent and his wife spent their most recent vacation in a bit of Canada transplanted in Louisiana H. 0. Wise 12
OUR "CAN'T-WAIT" FREIGHTS ARE REALLY FASTGetting "hotter" month after month are all Old Reliable fast-freight trains, departing daily from many key Southern points Lou Nash 32
AND OTHER FEATURES
THE RAILROAD WORLD 1
FRIENDLY TIES2
NEW RAIL FILMS Now AVAILABLE  3
RAILS COMMENDED FOR PART IN DISASTER RELIEF  3
CONDUCTOR PRAISED  3
"FIESTA OF FIVE FLAGS" TO HONOR PENSACOLA'S 395TH BIRTHDAY  15
ELLENENERS HONORED BY PENSACOLA CLUB  15
THE NICEST NEIGHBOR ON EARTH John R. Tunis 16
A TRIBUTE TO THE C. V. DIVISION-AND A SUGGESTION C. C. Cowden 17
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS 18
W. J. CRECELIUS AND J. W. PATTON RETIRE  19
CALLED TO THE COLORS  19
NEW MEMBERS ARE ADDED TO THE "BUTTON AND WATCH FRATERNITY"  30
ASSUMES NEW DUTIES WITH TERMINAL 21
FIVE AWARDED FOR SUGGESTIONS  22
J. D. HAMPTON SUCCUMBS  23
RAILROAD "POLICE FORCE" HONORED  23
RETIRED PASSENGER EXECUTIVE HONORED 23
OF FEMININE INTEREST 24
CONGRATULATIONS  25
VETERAN ARCHITECT RETIRES  25
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A "WRENCH" NOT TO DO IT  25
NEWS OF THE CLUBS  26
DISTRICT SURGEON PASSES  28
"GRAN NO SOFTIE LIFE EBBS, SHE LIMPS-AFTER MEN ....Loraine Alexander 30
THE PARABLE OF TIIE DANGEROUS CLIFF 30
AN UNUSUAL CHRISTMAS NECKTIE  30
LAND OF MILK AND HONEY Minerva H. Gurley 31
CHURCH BELLS RING  31
SAFETY AND SERVICE---CA USE AND EFFECT 31
SPORTS ON THE OLD RELIABLE  34
HERE'S A PICTURE BOOK FOR YOU  35
HE FOUND A BETTER WAY  36
PASSENGER TRAFFIC-HELPERS  37
THIS WAS NEWS BACK WHEN  38
"RAILROADESE" ADDS COLOR TO KING'S ENGLISH  38
KEEP IT TO YOURSELF-YOUR COLD, THAT IS  39
A TRIBUTE TO A LOCOMOTIVE  39
TRAFFIC-AIDERS  40
OUR FREIGHT BUSINESS  40
WISE AND OTHERWISE  41
ABOUT THE FAMILY  42

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