Seldom, if ever, do people find an acquaintance or friend whose natal day is the same as their own. Through the daily papers, and other publications, people read of renowned men and women whose birthday is the same date as theirs, but it is not given to many people to celebrate the anniversary of such an event together. Thus when two young epole, living next door to one another, have the same birthday, it is occasion for unusual festivity.
Miss Mary Wilhite, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fielding H. Wilhite, 722 Reba place, Evanston, and Miss Helen Foege, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Foege, 802 Reba place, were entertained Friday in honor of their 16th birthday, at the home of Mrs. William Gardner, 811 Washington street, Evanston, after a delightful sleighride under their hostess' chaperonage.
The young people who aided in the celebration by their presence were the Misses Hazel Liscoe, Helen Foege, Mary Foege, Agnes Foege, Ruth Wilson, Gladys Robinson, Marion McClure, Agnes Tabor, Isabelle Wright, Virginia Fellows and Messrs. Allen Wright, Richard Henderson, Carl Fargo, John Patrick, Dennison Paden, Squire Wilson, Bed Foege, Butram and Harol LLoyd, and a number of Edgewater friends.