CHARLES ALBERT DIVELEY, Baxter Springs, Kansas, January 27, 1936- Funeral services for Charles Albert Diveley, 79 years old, former cattleman and pioneer resident of Baxter Springs, who died at his home at 4 o'clock this morning, will be held at the First Methodist church at 2:30 o' clock Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. William A. Hubbard, pastor of the Methodist church, will have charge of the service, assisted by the Rev. George H. Jones, pastor of the First Christian church. Pallbearers will be F.M. Perkins Sr, Ira Perkins of Galena, L.L. Cardin, Charles Polster, Clarence Griffith, Llloyd Agee and R.M. Gilman. Mr. Diveley came to Baxter Springs from Kansas City about 1872 and had resided in and near here since that time. He engaged in the cattle business in the early days in Indian territory and at one time had the present site of Miami leased for grazing purposes. Surviving are his widow, two sons, Charles R. Diveley and Fred Diveley of Baxter Springs; a daughter Miss Bessie Diveley of Joplin, Missouri and three grandchildren.