Family Movie Night to feature Disney NORTH -- Manchester * Hampstead * Lineboro

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November 11, 1992|By PAT BRODOWSKI

Those family-pleasing Disney flicks will be shown Friday during the PTA Family Movie Night at Hampstead and Spring Garden Elementary schools.

The Hampstead PTA will screen "Beauty and the Beast." You can see "Flight of the Navigator" at Spring Garden. Both shows begin at 7 p.m. and admission is $1. Candy will be sold during intermission.

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Line up for steaming pancakes and sizzling sausages. The Lebanon Chapter No. 108, Order of the Eastern Star, will serve an all-you-can-eat breakfast Saturday. Breakfast begins at 6 a.m. at the Masonic Hall on the corner of Main and Church Streets in Manchester.

The menu includes eggs, gravy and home fries, too, all for $3.75 for adults, $2 for children 2 to 6.

"Sometimes we get carried away, so scrambled eggs are 25 cents extra," says Worthy Matron (club president) Sandy Sparks.

The 150-member fraternal organization supports seven area charities, including an arthritis fund, heat fund, fire halls and a seminary scholarship.

They're also selling Joe Corbi Pizza Kits until Nov. 18 for pick-up Dec 3. Information: 476-9096.

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You'll be greeted with warmed cider and slices of sweet, moist black walnut bread from an old family recipe when Springhouse Crafts opens three times this month.

This quaint shop is a hobbyist's venture for Patty Knott and Sylvia Pumputis. Follow their large signs two scenic miles north of Manchester, to 4932 Stoney Lane, off Tracey's Mill Road and you'll find a place where the handiworks of local artisans are nicely shown.

To the music of flowing spring water, look for Sandy Brant's hand-painted ornaments and cleverly dressed bears; Jackie White's vests and earrings; Phena Carroll's Christmas tree skirts and air freshener rabbits; Helen Johnson's napkin rings and recipe holders; Joan Harris' dolls and doll dresses; Terri and Keith Wentz's wooden shelves and seasonal accessories; and Christmas Around the World items from Debbie Mace.

Ceramics, dried flowered wreaths, decorated hats, and painted sweat shirts are added by the talents of Mrs. Knott and Mrs. Pumputis. The clever pine cone reindeer are the craft of daughter Jolann Knott, 15.

That black walnut bread is from the oven of Barbara Kraft.

The shop will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends of Nov. 14-15 and 21-22, and after Thanksgiving on Nov. 27-29.

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"Folks like something around the holidays," says children's librarian Maria Toomey. So great was the interest last year that six story-time hours for November and others in December will keep the children happy before the weekly story-time schedule resumes in January.

"Harvest, food, friendship, good will toward men -- books with a holiday theme," she said, will be read with stretching, song and a craft at each story hour.

Register for November now by calling the children's desk at 374-1212. Indicate what day and time you'll be coming.

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"An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving" will be given Nov. 17 at 6:45 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. for ages 3 and older. "Harvest Tales" will be given four times, Nov. 18 and 19 at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., for ages 3 to 6.

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Memorabilia of past military conflicts are on display at North Carroll Middle School.

Media specialist Nancy Hoskins is looking for more items.

Family photographs and medals from World War I have started the exhibit, which includes books about Gen. George Patton, Gen. John J. "Black Jack" Pershing and other famous soldiers.

The Veterans' Day showcase will continue through Children's Book Week, Nov. 16-22.

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