Four people (Jesse, Charles, Opie, and Ursula) with last names Valdez, Wallace, Jones, and Appleman, each bought a number of new placemats.
Each person was of a different occupation: engineer, horse trainer, optometrist, and banker.
If each person bought one of the following amounts of new placemats, (10, 20, 24, and 25) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many new placemats each person bought?
Opie went with Wallace to the amusement park one day.
The person who was the engineer. All four people are mentioned in this clue.
Opie is not the person who bought 25 new placemats, nor has the last name Wallace.
Charles, and Wallace often watch fights at the banker's place.
Jesse, who is not Appleman, is the horse trainer's cousin.
The horse trainer isn't Jesse Jones.
Jones wasn't the person who bought 20 new placemats. Neither did Charles nor the banker.
Valdez and Opie aren't the person who bought 20 new placemats.
The banker, who bought 10 new placemats, isn't Wallace.
The optometrist, whose first name is Jesse, wasn't the person who bought 25 new placemats.
The optometrist, who bought 24 new placemats, isn't Appleman.
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!