from The Malakoff News
Friday, March 13, 1964
Charles Majors of Athens announced Wednesday that he will be a candidate for sheriff of Henderson County in the Democratic primaries. He filed for a place on the ballot with Bill Kugle, chairman of the county’s Democratic executive committee.
Majors served a year and a half on police work for the City of Athens and later was a deputy sheriff for five years. he is now employed as a supervisor at the Curis Mathes manufacturing Company.
he was born at Brownsboro and was reared in Athens, having moved there when he was a child. He was graduated from Athens High School and attended Henderson County Junior College.
A veteran of World War II, he served for two years with the U. S. Air Force, including foreigh service in the European Theatre.
He is a member of the First Christisn Church and a charter member of the Lions Club.
Mrs. Majors is the former miss Marcile Coker of Athens. They have three children – Mike, 16; Shirley, 7; and Melisa,4.