Jan. 24, 1953 - Farm institute for Morrison: Morning and afternoon programs have been arranged for the farm institute to be held in Falck's hall Jan. 30.
Opening the session will be R.B. Schuster, Brown county associate agricultural agent, with a report on the rural youth program. J.N. Kavanaugh, agricultural agent, will follow with a forecast of agriculture. A lecture on soil conservation will be presented by O.R. Zeasman of the state college of agriculture.
Lunch will be served by the Wayside Homemakers club.
Scheduled for the afternoon, are a movie, "Beneficial Insects," a discussion on trees and hedge rows, by Jay Korotev, district forester; "Increased Yield Through Soil Conservation," by Zeasman, and "The Farmer and Social Security," by Peter Walraven, of the Green Bay Social Security office.
A women's program will be held in the afternoon. Miss Bertha Schoonover, county home agent, will present "Broiler Meals." Assisting her will be Mrs. Ruth Miller of the Wisconsin Public Service.