Sunday, July 8, 2012

Jeanne d'Arc song

I am a fan of the magazine Jeanne d'Arc Living.  Imagine my surprise while thumbing through a 1930 song book, The Music Hour Fifth Book, I found this song!
So I scanned it and saved it.  Decided to share it with you -- especially if you are a Jeanne d'Arc fan!  Who knew??!!

Big birthday sale at Merchant Square next weekend, July 13-15!  Be sure to visit my booth, C-6, as well as the booth next to me, C-7.  Ruth Anne has stocked up on the July issue of Jeanne d'Arc Living!  Plus she has other items unique to Jeanne d'Arc Living.  Check it out!!!
Here's a few items that I added recently to my booth.  The white birdcage, the lovely table cloth, white birds, and you really should check out my wood folding chairs.  They are a light gray and just perfect for a patio or your favorite shabby chic place.  There are two of them in the booth.
Have also added this great child's wicker chair!  Too cute!  It sits on top of a pressed back chair that is an old one.  If you are into using the new Annie Sloan paints, this would look great painted!!  Also note the perfectly rusty child's watering can on the rustic shelf.  The rustic shelf is for sale as well, now.
My lovely lady is wearing one of the great hats I found in Payson last week along with a triple strand of pink pearls!
I have this great light blue vintage bread box for someone's kitchen!  It has plenty of storage room inside and a shelf, too!  On top is a vintage GE electric clock that works!!  I love the look of the dart board!  It comes with darts but you have to get them from the front desk when you buy it.

And don't forget to get a silent auction number at the front desk and bid on some of the lovely items in the display in the lobby!
This is quite a display and the silent auction is going on through the end of the month.  So come on over to Merchant Square this coming weekend and bid on the perfect item for you in the silent auction and visit my booth as well!!


Jean M said...

My Ladies head is wearing a Steelers Hat currently and she resides in the Steeler Pool room at our house!

Sweet Man said...

Jeanne d'Arc Living is such a wonderful publication. Love your post. Thank you for the beautiful photos and story. ~SweetMan