17 Elanora Ave, Pottsville.EVEN the garage at this picture perfect beach house captures sparkling blue ocean views. Whales and dolphins are also common sightings for homeowner Lynne Calaghan at her quintessential beach house. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa23 hours ago17 Elanora Ave, Pottsville.Ms Calaghan said she and her family moved from the US almost 40 years ago in search of a perfect Australian beach house. “When we found this property it was just an old cottage but the location made it a really special place,” she said. 17 Elanora Ave, Pottsville.Ms Calaghan said her family extended the house but didn’t knock down the original cottage. “We wanted to keep a bit of history, it was one of Pottsville’s original beach houses and it was just full of charm,” she said. The house is on a 705 sqm block and features timber flooring, open plan living and a fireplace. 17 Elanora Ave, Pottsville.
Neal’s Funeral Home306 S Walnut St.Osgood, IN 47037812-689-4262A lifetime farmer, great neighbor, and friend passed away Friday, January 22, 2016. Eugene “Gene” Henry Crum, age 85 of Sunman, passed away at Ripley Crossing in Milan. Gene was born March 2, 1930 in Sunman, Indiana to the late Henry and Lilly (Ross) Crum. Gene married Phyllis Jean Swift on July 7, 1959 at Adams Lutheran Church. Through this union, two children, son Alan and daughter Lori, were born.Gene was a man of great faith. As a lifetime member of Adams Lutheran Church, he instilled this in his family. Gene, along with his family, ran a farming operation raising row crops and livestock. Many of us throughout the community remember holidays and always being served with the freshest Crum turkeys. Visitors knew when they drove down the long lane to the home place as it is known, Gene would be ready for good conversation and laughter. He defined the words hard work and dedication. He loved working with the land and Mother Nature. He loved to attend farm auctions and enjoyed following his son Alan and family at different singing events. At some of the singing events, Gene treated many to singing “I’m Walking the Floor over You” or the ever popular “Tennessee Waltz.” His family was recently asked how they viewed life. “Happiness isn’t getting what you want…it’s enjoying all you have.” Gene lived it to the fullest.Gene is survived by wife Phyllis who still remains at the home place, son Alan Crum of Sunman, and daughter Lori Crum of Ashland, Ohio. He is also survived by sister-in-law Janet Crum of Sunman and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brothers Melvin and Bill, his sisters Mabel Crum and Delores Kestler, and daughter-in-law Melissa Crum.Services will all be held at Adam’s Lutheran Church near Batesville. Visitation will be Friday, January 29, 2016 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. The funeral services will be held on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. with doors opening at 10:00 a.m. Burial will follow in the Adams Church Cemetery. Memorials can be given to the church c/o the funeral home. Neal’s Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
Former Chelsea Captain, John Terry, has admitted missing Super Eaglesâ€™ Captain and former teammate, John Mikel Obi.The Aston Villa captain, who played alongside the Nigerian at Stamford Bridge for 11 seasons where the pair won the Champions League, Premier League, among other titles, took to the social media to reveal how much he misses playing with Mikel. Mikel, who is on holiday with his family as the Chinese League is on break, posted a picture of his two daughters and wrote: “My love bugs.”In his reaction, the former England captain wrote beneath the post: “Looking well old boy@mikel_john_obi, missing ya mate. Send my love to the family (sic).”John Terry is currently recovering from injury and will wish to still file out one more time with the Nigerian skipper, but Mikel has however ruled out a return to England any time soon.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Jordan Eberle won’t be testing the free-agent market anytime soon.The Islanders announced Friday they’ve agreed to terms on a five-year deal with the 29-year-old forward. TSN reported Eberle’s contract with New York is worth $27.5 million with an average annual value of $5.5 million. MORE: Islanders ink Brock Nelson to 6-year contract after career season Eberle, 29, was due to hit free agency July 1. The 2008 first-round pick has scored 44 goals in 159 games over the last two seasons with the Islanders. He was acquired via trade from the Oilers in June 2017 in exchange for Ryan Strome.The Regina, Saskatchewan, native has been named an NHL All-Star twice, in 2010-11 and in 2011-12.