One hundred and thirty-five acres of land bought by John Shekell from Oliver and
Mary Phelps, of Phelps-Gorhan Purchase for $540.
A piece of Shekell land was sold to William & Ruth Cox.
A piece of Cox land was sold to Thomas Warfield who built the first two-story
block at a cost of $7,000.
Block burned to ground. Renters Burgdorf, Fox & Fischer lost
A piece of the east end was sold to the village for a village hall.
Property sold to Frank and Speedie Lapham.
Property sold to Frank & Mary Fischer for $4,500.
Mr. Fischer added a third story and tin roof on the block.
Property sold to IOOF Temple Association for $8,000.
Property sold to Charles & Mary Jane Romeiser.
Property sold to Glenn Norsen & Samuel Beer.
Property sold to Carl & Carol Bechtold.
Property sold to present owners & building remodeling begun.
Remodeling completed, building officially named Warfield Block in tribute to its
first builder, Thomas Warfield, and Warfield's Restaurant & Bakery opened
The newly remodeled second floor opened as the Warfield's Restaurant Banquet
The Piano Bar and Lounge opened with live entertainment on weekends.
Victorian Era English Garden added.