I just found these. Didn't know if you had them or not. RP
Stevens Point Gazette | Stevens Point, Wisconsin | Wednesday, February 26, 1919 | Page 3
Miss Daisy LaVaque, who made her home with her uncle, Elmer B. Crotteau, and who had been sick the past two weeks with pneumonia, passed away early Saturday morning. She leaves to mourn her loss three sisters and two brothers, her father and a little adopted son, Donald, five years of age. The funeral was held this Wednesday morning at eight o'clock, with burial at Calvary cemetery, Grand Rapids. Sympathy is extended the many relatives left to mourn her
Grand Rapids Tribune | Grand Rapids, Wisconsin | Thursday, February 27, 1919 | Page 20
This community was shocked Saturday morning on hearing of the death of Miss Daisy Lavaque, who made her home with her uncle. Babe Crotteau, for several years past. She was a young woman of sterling qualities and loved by all who knew her. She leaves to mourn her untimely death an adopted boy, Donald, two brothers, Earl and Joe and four sisters.