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Sally and 3 friends each bought a pumpkin at a local produce market. No two people carved their pumpkins to resemble the same object nor did any two buy their pumpkins at the same market. Using the clues can you determine each person's name, pumpkin design, and market (one shopped at Autumn Bounty)?

1) Timothy and the person who carved the pumpkin that looked like a moon (which was not purchased at Harvest of Plenty) both shopped on Saturday.

2)The person who carved the pumpkin that looked like a pirate and the person who shopped at Friendly Acres(who was not Roy) both bought a very large pumpkins.

3)Neither Timothy nor the person who carved the lion pumpkin shopped at Harvest of Plenty

4)The person who shopped at the Pie Patch and the person who carved the pumpkin that looked like a pirate both like to roast pumpkin seeds

5) Patsy (who didn’t shop at Harvest of Plenty) and the person who carved the pumpkin to resemble a lion both enjoy raking leaves

6) Neither Timothy nor Roy carved the pumpkin that looked like an owl



All i got so far is that Roy didn't carve an owl and didn't shop at Friendly Acres , Patsy didn't shop at Harvest of Plenty, and Timothy didn't shop at Harvest of Plenty and didn't carve an owl and didn't carve a moon.


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