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ns war taxation committee. Hoffman Names Army f Navy Men Two For West Point, Two Annapolis ALLEGAN, Jan. 7--Congressman tare E. Hoffman of the Fourth District lias just announced nom- natlon of two principals and first, sscond and third alternates for appointment to West Point Military Academy, and also two principals and first, second and third alternates for appointment to the Naval academy at Annapolis, Md. James E. Bonine, Vandalia. Cass county, son of State Senator Elwood Bonine,. gets one of the principal lomlnations, and the other goes to Sam Brady, of South Haven. Alternates named for West Point, are: First alternates, Bernard E. Doncr, Allegan, and Allen Wheat, Sturgis; second alternates, Joseph T. Bauer, Fennville, and Graham ECent, Buchanan; third alternates, S. Johnson, Jr., Benton Harbor, and Robert Gilbert, Dowagiac. Benton Harbor gets one of the principal nominations for the Naval academy in the naming of Charles C. Gonia. The other honor goes to Herbert Jackett, Jr., of Water- Former Paper Mill Worker Now Sergt. WATERVLIET, Jan. 6--Mrs. Violet Stenne'cke, of Watervliet, has been spending the holidays at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., with hei husband, Sergt. Thomas S . t e n- necke, now stationed there. While an em- ploye of the Wa- tervllst 'Paper Co., in March, 1941. M r. Stennecke enlisted in the service. L a s t March 14, he _ married Miss Vi- Sgt. Stcnnccke olst Yauchicls, also of Watervliet. He asks friends in and about Pullman and Watervliet to write him. vliet. , Alternates named for N a v a academy honors are: First alternates, Ralph J. Wood, Jr., New Troy, and Wilbur DeWitt, Allegan county; second alternates; William C. McGufly, Shelttyville, and John S. Kerr, Allegan; third alternates, Glenn L. Kenney, South Haven, and Peter C. Spoolstra, Martin. Â·/ , 2 funeral at by at in