From the Raleigh Times, October 25, 1948
The Negro Farm and Home Management project, now being carried on in Riley Hill community, was featured at the Achievement Day program Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Hodge.
Project reports were given by chairmen of the various committees and the Selah Singers appeared on the program. F.H. Jeter, extension editor of State College, was also on the program.
Miss Ruth Current of the State College home demonstration office was guest speaker and guests included John Goodman, assistant director of the Extension Service; J.A. Spaulding, Negro district agent from Greensboro; and John Reitzel, Wake County agent.