Ernest E. Ossig
. r- • I'^'iy Ernest E. Ossrg, Army Sergeant, Dies At Age 50 Funeral service.'; for Sgt./lC Ernest E. O.ssig were held today. Burial was in the Beverly National National cemetery at Beverly, New Jersey. Sgt. Ossig, 50, of BrooUland. N.J., died at 2:00 p. m. Friday in Valley Forge General Hospital, Phoenlxvillo, Pa., following a heart attack. Sun'ivors include his mother, Mrs. Sadie (O.c.sig) Etheridge of Mt. Vernon; four brothers, Paul and Harry Ossig, also of this city, Paylon Ossig of Detroit, Mich., and Roy O.ssig of Los Angeles, Calif.; throe .sisters, Mrs. Blanche Dolehanty of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Nellie Hlggins of Danville, 111., and Mrs. Hazel Sesock of West F'rankfort. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard P. Ossig; nr.d two brothers, Oscar and Elmer Ossig;. Sgt Ossig was a veteran of World War H, and, after 23 years service with the U. S. Army, he was retired.