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There is a notation at the bottom that the recipe was submitted to the publication from Shirley Vrba from Omaha, Nebraska.
I found Shirley using Ancestry and found that she was Shirley J. GERRARD Vrba who was born in 1937 in Nebraska and passed away in 2013 in Nebraska who was born to Garrett GERRARD and Mary REINKE.
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- 1 baked angel food cake
- 2 packages ( 3 oz.) peach gelatin
- 2 cups boiling water
- 2 packages frozen or 1 quart fresh peaches
- 1 package instant vanilla pudding
- 1 container (8 oz.) whipped topping
- Break cake in bite-size pieces and spread in a dish.
- Dissolve gelatin using only 2 cups boiling water; pour over cake.
- Add sliced peaches.
- Let congeal in refrigerator.
- Prepare instant pudding according to package.
- Spread over gelatin and cake.
- Spread whipped topping over all.
Any kind of fruit may be substituted for the peaches with a corresponding flavor of gelatin.