I remember the winter afternoon when my grandmother (Ruby Vaughan) found this recipe in the Omaha World-Herald newspaper. It was about 1958. She had never heard of Banana Bread before, but thought it sounded very good and so easy to make. She made this recipe soon after and it was just wonderful. It has a rich golden color, unlike so many other pale banana breads I have seen since. There were many winter evenings that she would make this wonderful bread and a pot of tea, and this would be our supper! My grandfather, Fred Vaughan worked for the railroad and was gone some evenings, so grandma and I would just have this for our supper. It was my favorite!! Since I have grown up, I have made this recipe many times for all kind of occasions and it is always a huge hit!