Members of the First Baptist Church of Daingerfield, Tex., gathered at the church yesterday to clean up damage caused by an armed man who riddled the sanctuary Sunday, killing five and wounding 11. All of the church's carpet was removed because more than a fourth was covered with blood, and members planned to sand the floor before services today for some of the victims. As the northeast Texas town prepared to bury its dead, Alvin Lee King III, 45, was in critical condition after undergoing surgery. He shot himself in the head in the churchyard following the attack inside the church. During the attack, Chris Hall, left, was one of several men who rushed the gunman after the first spray of fire. The 28-year-old Hall said the gunman fired three times at him as the church members wrestled him out the door. Two church members were killed in the fight with the gunman. Authorities said King had been scheduled to be tried yesterday on a charge that he committed incest with his 21-year-old daughter. Police said they believed King's closest friends were members of the church, and that King had asked them to be character witnesses at his trial but that they had refused.