Mrs. Philip Willette of Main Street, South side, received a telegram from Bovill, Idaho, Sunday, announcing the death of her sister, Mrs. George St. Germain, which occurred Saturday evening.

Mrs. St. Germain was born Delia Mondeau near Sorel, Canada, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mondeau, forty-nine years ago, and two years later came with her parents to Chippewa Falls. Her parents preceded her in death. About eighteen years ago the deceased was married to Mr. St. Germain and nine years ago they moved to Potlatch, Idaho, and later to Bovill, Idaho. Three children were born unto them, two of whom survive, Mrs. David Stocking and Delia St. Germain.

Besides the children, Mrs. St. Germain is survived by her husband; four sisters, Mrs. Willette of this city, Mrs. Isaac Bonnier of Cloquet, Mrs. Taline Mondeau of Duluth and Mrs. Frank Dallas of Cornell; two brothers, Louis Mondeau of Spirit Falls, Wis., and Archie Mondeau of Tacoma, Wash. The latter was with his sister when the end came and will accompany the body to this city, arriving probably on Wednesday. The funeral will be held from Mr. and Mrs. Willette's home, services at Holy Ghost Church of which the deceased was a member during her residence here.

Source: Obituary, Delia St. Germain, Daily Independent, Chippewa Falls, Tuesday morning, March 31 1914


Death of Mrs. St. Germain

Bovill was saddened by the unexpected death of Mrs. Geo. St. Germain, wife of the proprietor of the Bovill Livery Stable, and a very estimable woman. She was operated upon at the Bovill Hospital, in a futile attempt to save her life, and died Sunday. Her brother, Archie Mondeau, of Tacoma, and daughters, Mrs. Stocking, of St. Maries, and Delia, of Bovill, were in Bovill for the funeral, also the husband, Mr. St. Germain.

Funeral services were conducted by Father Pecoul, of Moscow, at the Y.M.C.A Hall. A large crowd attended and all business places were closed during the funeral. Her body was taken by the relatives to her former home at Chippewa Falls.

Source: Obituary, Delia St. Germain, Deary Enterprise, Deary, Idaho, 3 April 1914, Page 1, Column 5