Indiana Deaths Rev. Louis Mullikin Dies At North Vernon North Vernon, Ind. (Spl.) The Rev. Louis Mullikin, 78 years old, died Saturday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Betty Johnson, R.R. 2, North Vernon. He was a retired Christian Church minister who had held pastorates at Seymour, Queens- Queens- ville and in towns in northern Indiana. Funeral services will be held in the North. Vernon Christian Church at 2 p.m. Monday with burial in Vernon Cemetery. Surviving are three daughters. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Alma Stales of Ypsilanti, Mich., and Mrs. Vernice Steffen of Milwaukee, Wis., and four sons, Myron Mullikin Mullikin of North Vernon, Frank Mullikin of Franklin, Charles Mullikin of Belmont, Tex., and Joseph Mullikin of Anderson. Two sons, Norman and Larry Lee Oliver, and a daughter, Karen Sue, survive. Albert Zugelder Delphi, Ind. (Spl.) Funeral services for Albert H. Zugelder, 70 years old, R.R. 4, Delphi, who died Saturday in St. Elizabeth Hospital at Lafayette, will be held at 1 p.m. today in the Eikenberry Funeral Home. Burial will be in Morning Heights Cemetery, Delphi. Mr. Zugelder was a former resident of the Tipton and Burlington Burlington communities. Charles G. Black Delphi, Ind. (Spl.) Charles G. Black, 85 years old, a retired farmer, died early yesterday morning in a nursing home at Flora after a nine-month nine-month nine-month illness.