As you can see, the recipe card is spotted and well-used. This is actually a picture Mom sent me of her card sitting on her counter :). And if you don't know what oleo is, it's just margarine :). In fact, according to Merriam-Webster, it's actually short for oleomargarine and has been in use since 1884.
I just threw everything in a bowl and hand mixed it since I don't have a working electric mixer at the moment :). I greased the pan, poured in the mix, baked it for 35 minutes (I checked at 30 and it wasn't quite finished), then added the "pour-over". It's sitting on the counter resting for the moment, and I'll take it over to the church and get it into the fridge today since there are only a couple of days before it will be served.
I'm sure there are tweaks that could be made to make this healthier and more modern, but it's just good food, and so yummy as is. I hope you get a chance to make it soon, and when you do, enjoy!