by Randall L. Whipkey
Last week, Mary and Mel Magnolia toured the Blue Ridge
and, between panoranic drives and cool caverns, stopped at
five furniture makers, from each of which they bought new
furniture to be shipped to their home. At one rustic arts
showroom, they bought a wash stand for their master bath.
From the clues below, can you find what kind of wooden
furniture the Magnolias chose at each maker?
- The kitchen table and benches the Magnolias picked at
one stop--not at the Freetown Furniture Factory--isn't
made of walnut.
- The bed headboard wasn't bought at Borland Bros. or
at Old Mill Artisans.
- In addition to the new kitchen set, Mary and Mel
purchased some cherry furniture and some furniture
at Turner Mountain Turnery.
- The bed headboard isn't the item made of pine.
- The linen hutch bought at one maker isn't the oak
- The Magnolias bought an end table at one stop, then
visited the Freetown Furniture Factory, and finally
picked something in oak for their home.
- The linen hutch isn't the item bought at Old Mill
- The furniture from Turner Mountain Turnery, which isn't
the bed headboard, and the maple furniture are both
scheduled for delivery in six weeks.
- The cherry furniture isn't from Freetown Furniture.
- The Magnolias selected walnut furniture at the Cozy
Valley showroom of Chester & Son.
- The end table is neither cherry nor pine.
- Mary and Mel's new pine furniture isn't from Turner
Logic Problem Solution
CRpuzzles.com. Copyright © 2000-2007 by Calvin J. Hamilton
& Randall L. Whipkey. All rights reserved.