The Argus, December 13, 1932.
Six thousand cords of pulp wood have been shipped to the Mersey Paper Company, Liverpool, by a gang of thirty men working at Wentzel’s Lake. Wallace Conrad brought the drive in from Nine Mile Lake. Stanley Mossman superintended the gang of men and J.F. Penney was in charge of the night crew. The wood was forwarded at the rate of fifteen cars a day. The sudden frosty weather early in the month shut in about a thousand of the six thousand cords but the wind, rain, and mild weather fortunately opened up the lake and loading was resumed,
Contributor: Rosemary Rafuse