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Pie
by Randall L. Whipkey

Every other Monday, Lisa and four friends meet for after-work dessert and discussion at one of downtown Summerset's restaurants. This past Monday, the five gathered at the Pillsbury Pie Parlor, where each enjoyed a piece of her favorite pie and all enjoyed the quiet chat while they ate. Using the clues below, can you solve the Logic Puzzle of each friend's full name and the kind of pie she picked at the Pillsbury?

  1. Ms. Ellsworth didn't pick the Pillsbury Pie Parlor's infamous Chocolate Creme or luscious Lemon Meringue.
  2. Only two of the five ordered their pie a la mode, with Nikola adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream and Ms. Craig a scoop of French vanilla.
  3. Kerrie, Marcie, and Ms. Downs like the Pillsbury best of all the places the friends meet.
  4. Of Jan, Ms. Andrews, and the one who chose the Dutch Apple dessert, only one of the three had her pie plain.
  5. Nikola isn't the friend who enjoyed the Pillsbury Pie Parlor's marvelous Lemon Meringue.
  6. Both Ms. Bryant and the one who picked the Chocolate Creme had their pie without ice cream.
  7. Kerrie didn't order the creamy Egg Custard or the bodacious Blackberry.
  8. Marcie, who isn't Ms. Ellsworth, and the friend who enjoyed the slice of Dutch Apple pie both work at CRSoftware's offices near the restaurant.
  9. Jan, who didn't choose Chocolate Creme or Blackberry, and Ms. Craig had big news to break to the group: they're getting promotions at work.


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