Fayetteville gets a Dentist

Fayetteville gets a Dentist

August 12, 1964

Fayetteville Gets a Dentist


On August 12, 1964, the Fayette County News reported that Fayette County and Fayetteville have finally obtained a dentist, after many unsuccessful attempts to lure one to the county. For more years than anyone could remember, Fayette County residents had no dental services in the county and had to go to Jonesboro, Newnan, Griffin, and Atlanta to get dental treatment. But through the efforts of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, with Sam Jones as their chairman, Dr. Sidney Waters, and his wife, Fredna, who is also a dentist, have located their offices in Fayetteville. Dr. Waters and his wife also have a dental practice in Decatur and agreed to split their time here and in Decatur. The Fayetteville office is located upstairs of the Hollingsworth Building on Stonewall Avenue. The Drs. Waters plan to move to Fayetteville as soon as possible


Source: Fayette County News

By John Lynch

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