Pnesday, Feb. 23,1971 Mitchell Daily Republic, Mall February 24, 1971 Leo Kurtenbach Rites Thursday Funeral Mass for Leo J. urtenbach, 52, Mitchell, will e at 10 a.m. Thursday at Holy amily Catholic Church. There will be a vigil service t 9 p.m. Wednesday at the chenk Funeral Home. Burial ill be in Sts. Peter and Paul emetery at Dimock with mili- ary rites by the Ethan Amerian Amerian Legion Post. Mr. Kurtenbach was born eb. 9, 1919 at Dimock to Mr. nd Mrs. Henry J. Kurtenbach nd died Feb. 22 at a Mitchell ospital. He served in the Army Army in the Pacific during World ar II. Survivors include five sisters, rtrs. Matt Endres, Ethan; Mrs. egina Schlimgen, Dimock; rs. Victor Hageman and Mrs. onald Mahoney, Mitchell, and r$ Leo TerMeer, Alexandria, nd five brothers, Adolph and :erbert, Mitchell; Andrew, 'arkston; Raymond, Bridgewa- er, and Norbert, Sioux Fals.