End of the Trail
Notices in this section are limited to names of those who have achieved pioneer status through many years in the North, or who are otherwise of unquestioned importance in the daily scene.
Carl Dewey Anderson, a former member of the Alaska territorial legislature, died at Seward November 21 Born on a farm near Ord, Nebraska, May 24, 1905, Mr. Anderson first came north as a fisherman on Prince William Sound in 1935 He returned in 1941 as a cargo supervisor for the U. S. Army at Seward. In 1943 he moved to Nome as office manager of the Lomen Commercial Company, served on the Nome City Council and in 1946 was elected to the House of Representatives. Since 1959 Mr. Anderson had owned and operated the Werner Furniture and Appliance Company in Seward. Survivors include his wife, Mary Anne; two daughters, both living in California; his mother and several brothers and sisters. [Feb1961]
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