|The Summerset Daily Democrat recently published a
retrospective of the town 50 years ago, featuring pictures
of the north side of Main St. in 1952 and today. None of
the six stores in the block--numbered 101, 103, ... 111 in
order west-to-east--has the same occupant now as it did then.
Given the captions below, can you deduce the business that
occupied each address in the block 50 years ago and the
business that operates there in 2002?
- The building now occupied by the 4-star Hunan Manor
Chinese Restaurant is next to the storefronts that housed
Hershey's Soda Fountain and Parr's TV Sales & Service in
- The buildings now occupied by the Second Time Around
consignment store and a Starbucks coffee franchise are
adjacent to the building formerly occupied by Grey's Bus
- 24-Hour Fitness, which isn't in one of the end buildings
in the block, isn't in the building where Parr's TV sold
black-and-white sets 50 years ago.
- The new Blockbuster video is in the building next door to
where Truman's Men's Store outfitted Summerset men and
boys in 1952.
- Second Time Around isn't in the old Mayer's Butcher Shop
- The Hunan Manor isn't at the address formerly occupied by
Grey's Bus Depot.
- Dell Computers is in the building situated next to those
where Mayer's Butcher Shop and Robinson's Sports Shop did
business in 1952 Summerset.
- Starbucks, which isn't in either the building once
occupied by Hershey's Soda Fountain or the one occupied by
Parr's TV, isn't located in either of the stores at the
ends of the block.
- Truman's Men's Store didn't have the address 109 Main St.