The Millersville Happy Feet shop carried a wide selection of foot wear for the whole family. The shop also had a cobbler section in the back where customers could get their shoes repaired or modified. While he usually always had enough to keep him busy, Fred, the cobbler, had a particularly large quantity of orders this week. What made this week odd however was that he had four pick-ups for shoe repairs, each on a different day, by the daughters of his friends. Determine the full name of each daughter (one had a last name of Wish), the type of shoe each left for repair, the day each daughter picked up their shoes (Monday through Thursday), and the first name of each parent (who were Robís friends).
1. Sally Kent didnít pick up the boots. Ms. Nacomb made her pickup a day later than Arlene.
2. Estelleís daughter picked up her shoes on Wednesday, but she didnít pick up the pumps.
3. The one who got the high heels had a mother named Lydia.
4. Robís daughter wasnít Arlene. The daughter whose last name was Yang picked up a pair of pumps.
5. Nancy, whose last name wasnít Nacomb, picked up her shoes the day before the girl who got her sandals and the day after Lydiaís daughter.
6. Kelly was Larryís daughter but she didnít pick up her shoes on Monday. The girl who picked up her boots came in on Thursday.
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April 27, 2011