Randolph  County,  Indiana

Glen  O. Chenoweth

            Glen O. Chenoweth, county superintendent of schools of Randolph County, brings to that office a competent experience in both country and town schools as a teacher and administrator. He is a very popular schoolman, a student, and a man of high ideals in the educational world. Mr. Chenoweth was born in Greens Fork Township, Randolph County, August 8, 1894, son of  C. E. and Margaret (Buckley) Chenoweth. His father, a native of the same town-ship, carried on a mercantile business at Spartansburg for many years and died in 1918. The mother was born in Preble County, Ohio, and died November 8, 1929.  Glen O. Chenoweth was graduated from high school at the age of seventeen, and has been engaged in school work ever since.  During 1912 he attended the Marion Normal School and in 1919 graduated from the Muncie State Normal.  In 1921 he received the A. B. degree from Ball State Teachers College at Muncie.  For three years he taught a one-room school in the country, for another three years was in a town school and was principal of schools until August 16, 1929, when he took the office of county superintendent of schools of Randolph County. In 1921 he married  Miss Martha Hawkins, who was born in Greens Fork Township, Randolph County, daughter of  W. H. and Ida (Young) Hawkins.  Her father is a native of Indiana and her mother of Ohio.  Mr. And Mrs. Chenoweth have two daughters,  Dorothy Jean and Margaret Mae.  Mr. Chenoweth is a Methodist, a Republican, a member of the Masonic fraternity and Knights of Pythias, and the Winchester Rotary Club.  His home is at Spartansburg and his office in the courthouse at Winchester.
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