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The Kansas Wheat Festival Medallion was located under a tree limb, in a Taco Bell wrapper, at the junction of Wellington High School, McDonald's, and Wal-Mart. No one was able to decipher the 10 clues, released once a day for the last 10 days, to claim the potential $1,000 prize. That money will now go to charity, which charity is yet to be determined. Below are the list of clues, and their meanings.
Got rules? Read 'em!
No? Get 'em!
Next step: Follow 'em!
Meaning: Exactly what it says...no more property damage, trespassing, etc.
Carry A Nation
Meaning: Abolitionist crusader - crusader is the key word here, identifies WHS
Don't cross the line
Meaning: South Boundary Road between McDonald's, Wal-Mart & WHS doesn't exist yet so you can't cross it
Meaning: Highway traffic in front of McDonald's and WHS / Mazda commercial
Out in left field
Meaning: Facing WHS from 160, medallion is located "out in left field"
Meaning: National Hockey League & Montreal Canadiens Maurice Richard - stands for Maurice & Richard McDonald - McDonald's founders
Meaning: Latin for bell - medallion is wrapped in Taco Bell paper referring to WHS bell
Famous Vacation Destination
Meaning: National Lampoon's Vacation - Walley World - Wal-Mart
Heard many of you say this is a Kroc
Meaning: Ray Kroc of McDonald's
Daisy _ _ _ _ _
Meaning: Duke for WHS Dukes