At noon last Saturday Charlotte Dobson Lyeth and Michael Augustus Dively were married in the Riverdale Presbyterian Church in a ceremony performed by the Rev. David D. Cockcroft, assisted by the Rev. Doctor Alvin Curtis Brewer of The First Congregational Church, Traverse City, Mich. A luncheon reception followed at Windytop, the Lyeth family residence in Riverdale, N.Y.
The former Miss Lyeth wore her mother's French satin wedding gown and the Longyear family veil of English Honiton lace with a headpiece of lace from the handkerchief her maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. James Stockton Dobson of Dublin, Ireland, carried when presented to Queen Victoria. She was attended by her sisters, Mrs. James Patrick DiCicco of Williamsburg, Va., as matron of honor, and Patricia Desmond Lyeth as maid of honor. Also attending were Mrs. Munro Longyear Lyeth Jr. of California, Mrs. C. S. Harding Mott Jr. of Michigan: Ashleigh Coldiron of London, Myra Harrison of Washington, D.C., and Elizabeth M. DuPont of Wilmington, Del. Masters Raymond Earl DiCicco II and James Patrick DiCicco, Jr., nephews of the bride, served as ring bearers.
Garner Handy Tullis of San Francisco served as best man for Mr. Dively and his ushers were Frank Hagerty, Thomas Jones, Bingham McClellan, Todd Okerstrom, all of Michigan; John G. Howland of Chicago, and Charles E. Tyson of Minnesota.
The bride was given in marriage by her stepfather, Jervis Campbell Webb. She is the daughter of Mrs. Webb of Riverdale, Detroit, and Palm Beach, and of the late John William Clarke of Evanston, Ill. She later became the adopted daughter of the late J.M. Richardson Lyeth Jr. of New York. Her paternal grandparents are the late Harley Lyman Clarkes of Evanston, Ill. and her maternal grandparents are the late Frederic Clifford Desmond Dobsons of Highland Park, Ill. A graduate of the Principia School, St. Louis, Mo. and the Principia College, Elsah, Ill., she made her debut in 1961 and is a member of the New York Junior League. She has been serving in the Capital Fund Office of the New York Botanical Gardens.
Mr. Dively's father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Dively of Cleveland and Boca Raton, gave the bridal dinner at the Snuff Mill in the New York Botanical Gardens on Friday evenings. The groom, a partner in the law firm of Olsen, Dively, and Walton of Traverse City, Mich., has served three terms as Michigan State representatives. A graduate of the University School in Cleveland and of Williams College, he won his law degree at the University of Michigan Law School. His mother is the late Harriet Seeds Dively and he is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dively of Claysburg, Pa. and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Seeds of Altoona, Pa.His father is honorary chairman and former board chairman of Harris Corporation, manufacturers of communication and information-handling equipment in Cleveland. Mr. Webb's chairman of the Jervis B. Webb Company, manufacturers of materials-handling equipment in Detroit Mr. Lyeth was president of the Lyeth Engineering Company, automotive engineers in Detroit.