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Biggest Worms In Kansas
When Mickey Ratliff drove past Bob Alexander's farm north of Council Grove, Kan., and saw two big rows of round bales, he asked himself, "Why just let the bales sit there?" With a little imagination, he brought the bales to life, creating the "biggest worms in Kansas".
For the eyes, he painted up a couple pairs of lids from 5-gal. plastic pails. For the eyebrows and mouth, he used Styrofoam. The antennaes and tails were made out of cardboard tubes and plastic balls.
Ratliff notes that motorists will have something to look at until Alexander decides to "worm" his livestock.

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1984 - Volume #8, Issue #3