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Pg 30 • FEBRUARY 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. Upper Classifieds


Thank you for sending us your photos with the Upbeat Times! upbeat@upbeattimes.com February Crossword! ACROSS


1. Precious stones 5. An essay


Miscellaneous Good Stuff & Fun! DOWN


10. Found on rotary phones 14. Out of control 15. Andean animal 16. Part of an ear 17. Incentive 19. Hurried


20. French for "Summer" 21. Unreactive 22. Inscribed pillar 23. Colonist 25. Enter data 27. Altitude (abbrev.) 28. A habitually sullen person 31. Extreme 34. Not cloudy 35. Furniture wood 36. "Your majesty" 37. Collection of maps 38. Humdinger 39. Historic period 40. Tiny


Answer arrives March 3rd, 2020


I'm not materialistic. I believe in presents from the heart, like a


drawing that a child does. Victoria Beckham


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41. Panorama 42. Holiness 44. Tiny 45. Skid 46. Sincere 50. Hue


52. Small finch 54. Ribonucleic acid 55. "Oh my!" 56. Extraneous 58. Small amount 59. Lift 60. Beige


61. He writes in verse 62. Go in 63. Friends


1. Contests 2. Overact 3. Sacred song 4. Downhill or cross-country 5. World 6. Change 7. Twosome 8. Agitated 9. Dashed 10. Altercation 11. Impulsive 12. Cain's brother 13. Prospector's find 18. Country house 22. Agile


24. Container weight 26. Religious sisters 28. Tarnish


29. Sodium chloride 30. Gull-like bird 31. Applications 32. Former Italian currency 33. Interpret 34. A respected leader 37. Among 38. Mortgage 40. Blend


41. French science-fiction writer 43. Wardrobe 44. Server 46. Delete


47. Genus of heath 48. Entangle 49. Anklebone 50. Temporary living quarters 51. Hodgepodge 53. Send forth 56. Fury


57. Representative (abbrev.)


Solution from December 2019


Weird Facts & Trivia - 6


More than 36 million heart shaped boxes of chocolates are sold across the country.


Every year, thousands of romantics send letters ad- dressed to Verona, Italy to “Juliet,” the subject of the timeless romantic tragedy, “Romeo and Juliet.” The city marks the location of the Shakespearean tale, and the letters that reach the city are dutifully answered by a team of volunteers from the Juliet Club. Each year, on Valentine's Day, the club awards the "Cara Gi- ulietta" ("Dear Juliet") prize to the author of the most touching love letter.


History’s first valentine was written in perhaps one of the most unromantic places conceivable: a prison. Charles, Duke of Orleans wrote the love letter to his second wife at the age of 21 while captured at the Battle of Agincourt. As a prisoner for more than 20 years, he would never see his valen- tine’s reaction to the poem he penned to her in the early 15th century.


People started exchang- ing cards and handwritten letters to both lovers and friends during the 17th cen- tury, but it was in the 1840s that the first Valentine's Day cards were mass-produced in the U.S., sold by Esther A. Howland. Known as the "Mother of the American Valentine," Howland is credited with commercializ- ing Valentine's Day cards in America, and she is remem- bered for her elaborate, crafty cards made with lace and ribbons.


“I like good strong words that mean something…”~Louisa May Alcott, Little Women


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