||The building was built by Lawrence Simpson (with plaster and block work by Paul Barton and assistance from Hank Freese). The building's intended purpose was to be an ice cream store, and was called Kreem King.
||Cutler Oil Co. owned the building, but there is no evidence that it was ever used as a gas station.
||Harold and Wilhma Barnhill purchased Kreem King, and renamed it Dairy Hill (taken from the last portion of their surname).
||Dairy Hill was purchased by Charles and Helen Gordon.
||Dairy Hill was purchased by Gary Perkins.
||Dairy Hill returned to ownership by the Barnhills.
||Lawrence and Clara Belle Burgess bought the Dairy Hill.
||Dairy Hill was purchased by Ruben and Shirley Droscha. The Dairy Hill is currently owned by Ruben Droscha and managed by Jon Droscha.