At lunchtime today, five employees from the Gadget Factory went out to do their banking. Though Millersville itself wasnít a large town, there were many options available in the surrounding area so it wasnít unusual that all five employees used different banks or credit unions. While all made deposits (and it wasnít even payday!), the odd part was that each made a deposit to a different type of account. Determine the full name of each employee, the name of the bank each went to (one was City Trust), the street each bank was on, and the type of account where each made their deposit (one was a CD).
1. The employee whose last name was Lewis didnít have a savings account nor did she go to the Citizen Credit Union.
2. Peter Bradley didnít go to a credit union. Harriet, whose last name wasnít Lawson, went to the bank on West Street but she didnít have a checking account.
3. Elliot, whose last name wasnít Ranger, went to South Street to do his deposit but not at the Workforce Credit Union. The employee who went to the First National bank had a savings account.
4. Fleet Bank was on Third Street but it wasnít Glennís bank. Cindy, whose last name wasnít Sweet, had an IRA but it wasnít in the bank on Main Street.
5. The two credit unions were the one on Rockland Street and the one that held an employeeís money market account.
6. The employee whose last name was Ranger didnít use a credit union to deposit money to his checking account. Harriet didnít have a money market account.
February 29, 2012