Former Port Clinton Girl Dies in Youngstown
Word was received here Monday from Youngstown, telling of the death in that5* city of Miss Ethel Pages, 25, a former Port Cilnton girl. Miss Dages belonged'to the religious order of the Sisters of Mercy, having taken the white veil of sisterhood two years ago and was known as Sister Mary Nich¬ olas. She was to have taken the black veil August 19. %kjl^50
Miss Dages became suddenly ill last wTeek, and was operated on for ap¬ pendicitis Monday at Villa Maria, in Youngstown. She failed to rally after the operation, and died shortly after¬ ward.
She was the daughter of Ed, Dages of Port Clinton, receiving her earlier education in Sandusky. Surviving her are' her ' father, two brothers, Carl Dages of Sandusky and Raymond Dages of Port Clinton; one sister, Marv. who lives here with her father. Her mother died five years ago. Bur¬ ial was made "in Youngstown.
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