The Durham Sun, September 17. 1955..." Rites Today for Jeter...Raleigh (AP). One of the best known…
The Durham Sun, September 17. 1955..." Rites Today for Jeter...Raleigh (AP). One of the best known farm journalists in the South was buried today. He was Frank H Jeter, 64, who was director of agricultrual information at NC State College at the time he died of a cerebral hemorrhage yesterday morning. He had been with the college 39 years. Jeter did his usual full day of work at the school Thursday and planned a weekend trip tothe beach with his family when he went home. He was stricken about 3:00 AM and was dead a hour and a half later. Furneral services were conducted from the West Raleigh Presbyterian Church at 2:30 PM. Survivors include his widow, the former Irene Annie Albert, a daughter, Mrs. William Black of Atlanta, and two sons, Frank H. Jeter, Jr. of Forest City, and Dr. Vernon Jeter of Plymouth. He was married to Irene Annie Lee Albert on June 8, 1915 in Atlanta, GA by the Dean of Saint Phillip's Cathedral at 9:00 PM at the home of her Uncle Arthur Hake."