0. S. Hogg, Veteran Of World far 2, Dies Orion S. Hogg, died yesterday morning at his home, 33 Amherst Street, following several months' illness. fnnV Edwin Hogg and spent most of his life in this area. &$LJ!TIaWU 333rd Engineers during World War 2. Mr. Hogg took part in the Nor- Nor- supv mandy invasion and saw with General Patton's Third Army, He was a member of First Presbyterian Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, and Kingston Post 395, American Legion. Legion. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Elinor Honkampf and a - granddaughter, granddaughter, Blanche Honkampf, St. Louis, Mo.; a sister, Marian R. Hogg, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, a brother, Ed win b. Hogg, Kingston, and a cousin, Dr. Enrest W. Hogg. Funeral will be held Saturday the;"ll"uu" L,'j'"m ACS ,?,ome 01 . nis , . n. , ... . Droitier, iawin. .io8 Warren Ave- Ave- nu. Kingston Burial will be at-joseph, at-joseph, inU"'Q" on sunqay.