Article by W. Clay Crook-
For many of us, Dr. White was the only doctor we ever had, or can remember having. Dr. Pete Conger died in the 1960’s and my mother’s parents, Guy and Ann Goff who raised me, started going to the new doctor in town, Dr. White. “My first office was on Broad Street, across from the Gulf Station, next to The Lexington Progress, and I could hear it going whop, whop, whop on Wednesday’s when the presses would run,” he recollected. That was in October 1965. He was born in Philadelphia, Mississippi, in 1937 to C.W. and Maree White, and later lived in…
For the complete story, see the October 31st edition of The Lexington Progress.