In 2003, Lottie Herod of Cawker City, left, tried to reach the top of the “World’s Largest Ball of Twine” with Linda Clover, the “keeper of the twine.” Cawker City was celebrating the 50th anniversary of the quirky Kansas attraction.
In 2003, Lottie Herod of Cawker City, left, tried to reach the top of the “World’s Largest Ball of Twine” with Linda Clover, the “keeper of the twine.” Cawker City was celebrating the 50th anniversary of the quirky Kansas attraction. Brian Corn File photo
In 2003, Lottie Herod of Cawker City, left, tried to reach the top of the “World’s Largest Ball of Twine” with Linda Clover, the “keeper of the twine.” Cawker City was celebrating the 50th anniversary of the quirky Kansas attraction. Brian Corn File photo

Cawker City wins the ball game with massive sphere of twine

September 28, 2014 06:15 PM