News: Owen Ė Alís Small Engine Shop to Open (1977)


Surnames: Missling, Rohland

---------Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Apr 1977

The vacant Old Owen Cleaners building on X in Owen has new occupants, as Allen Missling of Alís Small engine Shop remodels the building in preparation for the Grand Opening of his new shop quarters, set now for the last week of April.

For some years Allen Missling has operated on a part time basis a small engine shop at his home on 5yh Street in Owen. He recently bought the old Owen Cleaners building, and for the past month has been remodeling the front room with attractive paneling and carpet.

Although the Grand Opening will not be until the end of April, the shop will be open for business by the end of this week. Look for Alís ad this week in the Owen Enterprise section of the Searchlight, and keep checking for an announcement of the Grand Opening.

The shop will feature Wheel Horse Lawn and Garden Tractors and Equipment, Janscereds and Stihl Chain saw, Vista Bicycles, but the main part of their business at the present time is Ashley Wood Stoves and Convert-A-Furnaces. Al will also do complete small engine repairs, bike repairs, as well as repairs of chain saws and other equipment.

Allen Missling was born and reared in Owen and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Missling. His wife, Janis, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rohland, also of the Owen-Withee area. They have two children, Alice, age seven and is second grade, and David, Age four. They live in Owen on 5th Street. Until recently Allen worked at Liberty Homes.



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