DEATHS Fern H. Pulliam, Former Resident Dies At Age 68 F«m Hazel Pulliam, 68, of Flora, died at the Macon County Hospital in Decatur Thuraday. She was a former resident of Mt Vernon. Mrs. Pulliam became ill and died suddenly vtrhOe visiting her daughter in Decatur. She was the wife of Curtis E. Pulliam, i-ettnd high school teacher and a former resident of Mt Vernon. Vernon. She was the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Stierwalt and was bom at Anna. She was married to Mr. Pulliam in 1919 at Christopher. She is survived by her husband, husband, two sons, Paul of Decatur and Charles of Farmlngton, 111.; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Davis ^ of Diecatur; six grandchildren; grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs, Ruth Eiwing of Bloomington, Ind., Mrs. Ethel Lynn of Homewood, 111., Mrs. Martha Hughes of Carbondale, and Mrs. Maude Farmer of Christopher: four brothers, Ernest of Christopher, Gail of Chicago, and Webb and Avery of Miami. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Branson Funeral Home at Flora, conducted by the Rev. Williard Ballard, pastor of Flora First Baptist church. Burial will be in Oalcwood cemetery at Mt. Vernon.