He then cultivated a farm in Cass County for three years, after which he removed to Audubon to engage in the agricultural implement business. In the spring of 1880 he went to Bayard, where he was similarly engaged for one year.
Selling out at that place, he followed the same business at Manning until May 20, 1886, since when he has given his time to the conduct of the News.
Mr. Morrow was married January 10, 1879, to Miss Loraine Green, of Atlantic. They have four children: Ralph Dale, Grover Glen, Flora Fay and Fitz Ward. Mr. Morrow is a Mason.
He has been secretary of the Manning Union Fair and Driving Park Association since its organization in August, 1882, is foreman of the hose team of Manning, has served as councilman of the town, was appointed mayor in the autumn of 1886 to fill the unexpired term of W.F. Carpenter, and in the same autumn was chosen justice of the peace, which office he now fills.