Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on November 6, 1960 · Page 105
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Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois · Page 105

Chicago, Illinois
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Sunday, November 6, 1960
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"Why do more people eat M$Tr apple sauce than any other brand ? 5F 913 Pork chops baked with Motf s, nuts and raisin. -ft.. ".. because 5 Ikinds o apples make AA&TTS taste better ! Motfi Apple Same "Dream Path" IvSCIOtSl No other apple sauce matches Mott's ... or matches Mott's famous eatin' apple flavor. Pork, chicken, duck, lamb -you name it, it's better served with Mott's. And Mott's Apple Sauce tor -spiced with cinnamon and dabbed with ice cream is a real gourmet dessert. Everyone loves Mott's serve it often ! "MOTT'S makes a meal marvelous ... serve it some way, every day I 54 6s IT" Geraldine Page, winner of Sarah Siddons society award, in a scene from " Sweet Bird of Youth." Others are Sidney Blackmer, Rip Torn (seated). ACTRESS OF THE YEAR When Geraldine Page receives the 8th annual award of the Sarah Siddons society at a party in the Ambassador East hotel Friday, she can take satisfaction in the fact that her onetime home town is warmly applauding her for her accomplishments. Born in Missouri, she grew up in Chicago. Miss Page was graduated from Englewood High school and the Goodman theater's drama school. The award consists of the title, " actress of the year," and a bronze and marble statuette of the 18th century actress, Sarah Siddons. It is being conferred on the basis of Miss Page's work in Tennessee Williams' " Sweet Bird of Youth." The Sarah Siddons society, whose chairman is Mrs. Loyal Davis, consists of Chicago first nighters and show people. Each summer it selects the actress judged to have given the best performance of the season just closed, and it presents the award in the fall. Past winners include Helen Hayes and Deborah Kerr. Chicago Sunday Tribune MAGAZINE

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