Thelma Sanders, also known as Thelma Sanders Sweet Potato Squash. It was grown for generations in Adair County, Missouri, before it was passed on to Sue and Tom Knoche, two early members of Seed Savers Exchange in who released it in 1988, and named it for the woman who first supplied the seeds. It is quite possibly one of the most delicious squash i’ve eaten in a long time. We cooked some up the other night for dinner, and as i don’t like to waste leftovers, i made a pie! Puts pumpkin to shame!