The Sarah Maples Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution proudly present newly elected board members: back row from left, Librarian Anne Gadberry, Historian Carol Ruska, Treasurer Carolyn Bostian, Corresponding Secretary Susan Martz-Cothran, Recording Secretary Yolanda Moore, Vice Regent Suzanne Fife, and State NSDAR Organizing Secretary Catharine S. Browning; front row from left, Registrar Geneice Morris, Regent Helen Preston, and Chaplain Priscilla Berry. (COURTESY PHOTO)
Outgoing board members
The outgoing board members of the Sarah Maples Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution include, back row from left, Registrar and Chaplain Geneice Morris, Librarian Nina Hendricks, Corresponding Secretary Helen Preston, Recording Secretary Betty Foster, Treasurer Kathy Cryer, Historian Lana Napper; front row from left, Regent Margaret Ann Trial, Visiting TXDAR District VI Director Anna Marie Lee, and Vice Regent-Suzanne Fife. (COURTESY PHOTO)
ST. GEORGE, Utah — No. 12 seed Paris Junior College scored two runs in its final at-bat to walk off with a 5-4 victory over #13 seed Trinity Valley Community College in the consolation bracket of the 2013 NJCAA Division I Women’s Softball National Championship tournament Thursday afternoon at the Canyons Complex. Paris JC (37-18) will advance to play the loser of the Chipola College/Lake Land College matchup in another elimination game Thursday Continue reading “Lady Cards season ends in Utah”
I was so excited that I got the chance to sit this week and chat very briefly with my own “little superstars” called the Athens Hornets baseball team and Head Coach Dallas Robertson.
As you all may know already, they are on the road to the regional quarterfinals. Up next is an opponent that happens to be the defending state champions: Pleasant Grove. After coming off an exciting comeback Saturday afternoon in game 3, Athens sent home the Crandall Pirates in a 13-10 area round series win.
The team will be playing at Northeast Texas Community College in Mount Pleasant Friday at 7 p.m. Game 2 is at 1 p.m. on Saturday and Game 3 is 30 minutes after if needed.
Graveside services and interment for Sue Adams, 87, Athens, are scheduled for 1 p.m. Friday at Athens Cemetery with Rev. Mary Henderson officiating. Services are under the direction of Carroll-Lehr Funeral Home.
Mrs. Adams died Tuesday evening in Athens.
She was born Jan. 24, 1926 in Dallas to the late John T. and Mattie Guynes Laman.
Sue was a resident of Athens most of her life. She was a very dedicated wife and mother to her family and very active in all facets of the lives of her children, including Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. She was an avid bridge player. Sue loved gardening.
Preceeding her in death is her husband Mack Adams, May 29, 2002; and her son, Jerry Mack Adams, May 25, 2007.
First of all, before I start hounding you about lambsquarters for the third week in a row, I have to tell you that my gorgeous and brilliant granddaughter, Ariel Humble, just graduated from TCU! We are very proud of her. Yayyy Ariel!
Now, back to lambsquarters: I want to be honest with you and tell you that the reason I am still on this kick is because I couldn’t think of anything else to write about. But I promise you, this is good information.
What to do with lambsquarters
First pick you some. I am more than eager to share mine with you. Take it home, discard any tough stems, wash it. Put it in a pan with some water. You don’t really have to cover it with water, because it will cook way down. Simmer till it is tender, which won’t take long, then drain it and set aside. Chop you a bunch of onion, start sauteing it in some olive oil or coconut oil or butter, then throw the lambs quarter in there and saute it, too. Salt it and maybe add a little vinegar. Eat it with some beans and cornbread and onions. Yum yum.