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Friday, April 14, 2006 - The Malakoff News - PAGE 7 uarles Jim Dave Bartlett II Dallas. Chicago, I11 to Merrill C. and Services for Jim Dave Bartlett Mr. Crutcher worked in con- Helen L. DeWeese Holland. II, infant, of Kemp, were held struction. He was a member of He attended Criswell Bible April 7 at Eubank Memorial Plumbers and Steamfltters Lo- College in Dallas. Rick married Chapel under the direction of cal Union No. 100 in Dallas. Donna Sue Black on Dec. 2, Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Survivors include his son, Wd- 1988, in Garland. He was pas- Home of Mabank. liam Crutcher II of Mesquite; tor of Hartburg Baptist Church Baby Bartlett was born and daughter, Amber Nicole and a former pastor and resident diedApril 3, 2006, inAthens. Cmtcher of Dallas; parents, Bill of Dodge. Rick was very pas- Survivors include his mother, and Patricia Crutcher of Log sionate about his ministry and the ChrystalAnn Bartlett of Kemp; Cabin; brother, Raymond Don people he touched. brother, Donald C. Shelton of Crutcher of Log Cabin; sisters Rick is preceded in death by Kemp; sister, Aindrea L. Come and brothers-in-law, Cynthia and his father, Merrill Calvin Holland of Sanger; grandparents, Jim Gary Jones of Prairieville and Sr. Bartlett of Kemp, Lucinda Rebecca and Ronald Maddox of He is survived by his loving McCurley of Ore City, Betty Kaufman; wife, Roxanna wife, Donna Sue Holland of Poe of Kemp and Gayla Groom Crutcher of Dallas; niece, Hartburg; daughter, Carissa of Frisco; and aunt, Kelly Heather Jones; and nephews, Racquel Holland of Hartburg; Bartlett of Mabank. Jake Maddox and Bret Maddox. mother, Helen L. Holland of Nashville, Tenn.; sister and Billy Ray Crutcher Richard 'Rick' Holland brother-in-law, Deborah Lynn Services for Billy Ray The Rev. Richard "Rick" Hol- and Donald Lloyd of Nashville, Cmtcher, 40, of Dallas were held land, 52, of Hartburg, died Fri- Tenn.; brothers and sister-in-law, April 9 at Eubank Memorial day, April 7, 2006, at Memorial Merrill Calvin Holland Jr. and Chapel in Mabank with the Rev. Hermann Baptist Orange Hos- wife, Vickie, of Pleasantville, Paul McKinney officiating, pital in Orange. Tenn and Michael Keith Hol- BurialfoUowedatPayneCem-Funeral services were held at landofNashville; and numerous etery in Eustace under the di- 10 a.m. April 11 at Hartburg nieces and nephews. rection of Eubank Cedar Creek Baptist Church. The family has requested that Funeral Home of Mabank. Graves]de services and burial those desiring to make memo- Mr. Crutcher died March 30, followed at Elm Grove Cem- rial contributions make them in 2006, in Dallas. etery near Mabank. Rick's Memory to Hartburg He was born Jan. 8, 1966, in He was born Feb. 1, 1954, in Baptist Church. Escapee reca ptured after fleeing work crew From Staff Reports nearby Cross Roads ISD. 1411 until he was spotted by Bobby Lynn Dailey, 37, spent Evading a widespread man- Sheriff's Investigator Kevin about nine hours free last Thurs- hunt by law officials from Hanes. day after escaping from a work Henderson and Anderson coun- He was charged with escape crew at Beck's Chapel Cem- ties, Dailey reportedly broke into while confined, a third-degree etery, located just off State High- an empty home on CR 1411, felony; burglary of a building, a way 59 between Shady Oaks shed his uniform and took a state jail felony; burglary of a and Cross Roads. shower, dosing himself heavily habitation, a second-degree He was recaptured near with cologne, felony;andthefiofproperty(the where he escaped and returned After drinking several shots of tractor), also a state jail felony. to Henderson County Jail. Canadian Mist whiskey, he went There were five other trust- Dailey escaped from a six-in- outside, broke into a shed and ees with a single officer on the mate work crew at the cem- stole a tractor. He drove the work crew. None tried to escape etery, forcing a lockdown at tractor, intoxicated, down CR with Dailey. Abundant Harvest Felh)wship 1008 Mill Run Road Athens 903-675-1223 Pastors: Mark and Angela Jones Antiuch Baptist Church S,H. 31 W. Malakoff 903-489-0785 Assembly of God Mankin 210 S. H. 274 903-778-2205 Athens Seventh Day Adventist Church FM ]616 & HWY 3, Athens, Tx Church - 9am, Sabbath School - ]0:30am Pastor: Charles Buursma Calvary Baptist Church 155 Legg Trinidad 903-778-2660 Cedar Creek Bible Church Hwy 274 N Tool - Seven Points 903-432-2175 Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church Hwy 274 on Wilwhite Road Tool 903-432-3657 T0mlins0n Funeral Home Hwy 31 P.O. Box 2050 Malakoff 903-489-1500 Seven Points 903-432-4441 Cedar Fork Baptist Church Hwy. 31 Trinidad 903-778-2882 Church of Christ Eustace 316 W. SH 175 903-425.2645 Church of Christ Gun Barrel Hwy 85 & Harbor Point Rd. Mabank, Tx 903-887-8916 Church of Christ Mabank Fifth St. & Mt. Vernon 903,887.0311 Church of Christ Malakoff 214 Martin St 903-489-t718 Church of Christ Trinidad 241 Scruggins 903-778-2536 Hospice of Cedar Lake 903-489-2043 ILrpcricnccd, QtmliO" ( 'are lot the l~'rmmally II1 1114 S. "l'vrr) ,",;I. Malakoff, Texas Church uf the Living God 1506 W. Washington Ave. Malakoff 903.489-2911 Crescent Heights Baptist Church 5127 CR 1221 Malakoft" 903-675-3904 Eastern Hills Church of Christ 1100 E. Corsicana Athens 903-675-3975 Faith Community Baptist Hwy. 198 S. Payne Springs 903-451-3860 First Assembly of God Church 906 E. Royall Blvd. Malakoff 903-489-0188 First Baptist Church Cross Roads Hwy 59 903.489-0625 First Baptist Church of Eustace Hwy 175 903-425-2261 These Area Attend The !courage You To Your Choice ,! 214 S. Terry Malakoff 903-489-3258 903-489- 6 1 Tanner Motor Co. MALAKOFF" WRECKER SINCE 1925 24-Hoar Wrecking & Towing Service Open Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.- 6 p.m, 105 E. Mitcham Malakoff, 75148 903-489-1292 1-800-723-5506 Cedar Lake Nursing Home 30 Years of Care Giving * g0-Bed Facility * Licensed by "Ix. Dept. of Health * Medicaid Certified by Tx. Dept, of Human Services 903-489-1702 * Hwy 31 West Malakoff mala FIRST STATE BANK w~w.l~barhens,com * Member FDIC H~3', 31 East, Malakoff * 903-489-1188 409 West Royall 903-489-1909 1 HOURPHOTO First Baptist Church Gun Barrel PO Box 399 903-887-6887 A Sinner's Hope Baptist Church First Baptist Church 925 l Manning Ranch Road 220 W Mitcham 903-489-0228 Payne Springs * Pastor Tommy Merchant First Baptist Church 404 N. Walker St. Malakoff 903 -489- 1769 en U U ion in Special to The News 7/10 of a mile from the Wal- tions. We want to invite the prop- Mart on State Highway 31. The topic is enforcement of erty owners in HendersonWhen you see theArgon of- deed restrictions and will be County to the second meeting rices on the left, just drive past presented by attorney Steve of the Henderson County that you will see a green- Stark. Property Owners Association. roofed building on your left, this There were about 100 The meeting will be held at is the Lakeview Lodge. people representing 41 PeAs the Lakeview Lodge in Athens The purpose of this organ]- at the last meeting. at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April zation is to educate and share We hope to see you there. 13. with other POAs/HOAs in For further information, please The Lakeview Lodge is lo- Henderson County the proper call Carl Niendorff at 903-887- cated in Athens on Farm-to- way to do the business of en- 7165 or E-mail Market Road 2495, just south forcing the property restric- carln@mycvc.net. N Special to The News ises to be an enchanting evening must be available for sale. The Northeast Texas Center in the gallery and all exhibits will If you have an item to sub- for the Arts has Texas on its be available for purchase, mit, please bring or mail a pho- mind. That happens to most Please come by and celebrate tograph, description including Texans in the spring as the wild- the beauty, history and imagery size, title, medium, artist bio and flowers and dogwoods bloom, of the great state of Texas. price to the art center, which is So what better way to celebrate Admission is $10 per person, located at 415 N Prairieville in the beauty of Texas then to The Center for the Arts is Athens. have an exhibition celebrating currently accepting submissions Once accepted, artists will be the Lone Star State? for this exhibit, contacted to sign sale agree- You are cordially invited to All submissions must have a ment and waiver. view various artists' renditions theme relevant to Texas and Deadline for submissions is of Texas on Thursday, April 20 can be of any media the artist April 18. This exhibit is almost from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. chooses, full, so please submit as soon As always, the event prom- All artwork at this exhibit as possible. Register now Special to The News For several years, The Greater Cedar Creek Lake Area Chamber of Com- merce has fielded requests from members and other lo- cal businesses and organiza- tions to sponsor a Business Expo, designed to showcase products, services, member- ships and all manner of in- formation. These events are typically Mary, Queen ,ff Heaven Catholic Church Corner of Star Harbor R.d & Eisherman's Wharf Rd. Malakoff 903-489-2366 New Hope Cnrinth CME 120 N. Havana & Hwy 31 W. Malakoff 903-489-1388 Parkview MissionaryBaptist Church 903 Smith Malakoff 903-489-1138 Payne Springs Baptist Church Hwy 198 903-451-2443 Payne Springs United Methodist Church 9667 State Highway 198 South Payne Springs 903-451-2987 Rev. Elizabeth Elizardo - Minister Presbyterian Church Mabank 112 Mr. Vernon St. 903-887-25721 Rock of Ages Church 12703 Klcbnrg Road Dallas, TX 75253 Kay Pulley, Associate Pastor 972-557-3217 St. John Lutheran Church 1401 East Corsicana Street Athens 903-675-9598 Dr. Fred Rogers St. Jude's Catholic Church 103 l uther Lane Gun Barrel City 903-887-1425 St. Matthias Episcopal Church 215 Willowbrook Dr. Athens 903-675-3210 Re~: Do,aid Hickman 101 St. Peter Lutheran Church, LCMS Luther Lane Gun Barrel City 903-887-0436 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 814 Belmont ])rive Athens 903-677-2012 903-677-1883 Trinity Baptist Church Hwy 274-1 mile N of Hwy. 31 Trinidad Tx 903- 778-2139 Trinity Faith Center Hwy 90 Mabank, Tx. 903-887-4138 Trinity Pentecostal Church 102 Lawrence St Trinidad, Tx. 903- 778- 4567 Valley Fellowship Church 1312 E. Royall Malakoff Pat Gresham 903-489-2275 United Methodist Church Highway 59 Cross Roads United Methodist Church E. Mitcham & S. College Malakoff 903-489.1467 United Methodist Church Of Trinidad 410 Mclntyre 903-778-9144 Pastor Jimmy Steele Four Mile Lutheran Church, Johnson Chapel A.M.E. Church ELCA W. Royall Blvd. Village Church Located l0 miles north of Mabank on Malakoff, Tx 903-489-2828 5410 CR Hwy. 3054 Hwy. 90 in Prattler]lie Log Cabin 903-489-1171 First Baptist Church Trinidad 903-887-0833 Pastor: George Dooly 220 Lawrence 903.778-2732 Lakeview Assembly of God Full Gospel Tabernacle Hwy 85 E Seven Points Williams Street Fishers of Men 362 Front St. Eustace 903-887-1792 903-432-2682 Church of Christ Compassionate Ministries 600 Williams Street, Athens 301 W. Royall (Hwy, 31i Malakoff Full Gospel Tabernacle Living Word Church Mabank Bro. L. Turner 972-224-7192 903-489-0763 316 South - Across from 205 E, Mason Business Hwy 175Bro. L. Whitman 903-675-1559 football field Eustace. Texas 903-887-5014 Grace Baptist Church Malakuff Baptist Church 218 CR 2930 & Hwy 334 306 W. Mitcham 903-489-2136 903-489-0228 or 903-489-2064 Willow Springs Baptist Church Hwy 59 Athens 903-677-3672 for lake area business expo open to the public and the 1st and backdrop are included in Annual Cedar Creek Lake the price. Area Business Expo, slated The spaces are priced at for May 11 at 3 p.m. at $125 for chamber members Lakeview Assembly of God and $195 for non-members. Gymnasium in Seven Points Exhibitor set-up will be will be no different, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on The Chamber is currently May 11. Doors open to the accepting applications from public at 3 p.m. on that day. members and non-members The corporate sponsorship alike, spaces are $350 each and in- According to Jo Ann elude apremier booth space, Hanstrom, president,logo on the banner and addi- "There's been a tremendous tional advertising in the me- interest in this event and the dia. spaces are filling up just like Outdoor spaces for car/ we anticipated, trailer/boat dealers are avail- "We started with four cur- able for $350 each also and porate sponsor spots and cur- include the same "extras" as rently there's one available the Corporate Sponsorships. and someone has indicated an All of the vendors are being interest in that premier booth, asked to provide door prizes so it will be sold very soon." to give away during the event, However, Hanstrom went making this a fun family out- on to say that the organizers ing for the public. can create some additional If you're a business owner Premier Spaces if there's a and want more information or need. an application, please call the The regular spaces are aChamber of Commerce at minimum of 8'xl0' and most 903.887.3152 or email are 10'xl0', a skirted table info@cedarcreeklakechamber.com. 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