Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on January 25, 1975 · Page 28
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 28

Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, January 25, 1975
Page 28
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Lucas Tanner star marries for first time (Continued from 117) with all (lie tilings lliey'd like. A day will come when they buy (heir own home and draw on Hie experience they are enjoying nmv. The first thing Maureen and David agreed on after their marriage was I he adoption of an Irish seller puppy, David suggested his character on the NBC- TV series have an Irish seller for a pel. and il was done. So when they relumed from their 72-hour honeymoon. Maureen and David The Idaho Free Press The News-Tribune, Saturday. January 25.1975 - [i-9 picked out (he best Irish setfer they could find. Named Kathleen Houlihan and (hey call her by her full name - ihe setter is now six monllis old and spoiled to deaili. Tlie press of work on "Lucas Tanner" lias made settling down ti a normal married life sume- wtial difficult. David is off to work before dawn every morning, six mornings a week at Universal Studios. .More oflen then not he doesn't arrive home until well after 8 in the evenings. Maureen and David spent most of iheir long cmirlship dining in restaurants. Now Maureen is learning, expertly, to cook and awaits dinner for him every night. Maureen is learning to prepare fancy meals inasmuch as the years of dating limited her to fixing an occasional steak or chicken dinner in her apartment K'untimiod on HU --') I'MDOlNfr TERRIBLE IN WYTYPiNfl- ClfSS SEEM TO (J ITHIMKI'M CATCH ow/ r-i FLUNKIW.' I'MSORKY, JNPIM6" ALVIM - FAILEP TUP TYPING- YOU JUST POM'TSEEM TO CATCH WITH ANOTHER SHE CANT DO THIS TO ME/ WAITU SHE THIS LITTLE NOTE; THIS SHOULD UNCURL HER HAIR..' W\TIL SHE READS THIS.' I'D LIKE TO BE THERE WHEN SHE THIS WILLSHOW HER DerE mlau; YOU rue St.., I s YOUU an whabtsurrt-a22 I nenver sara a^rin yyu witb agan mm Alvon SEE HER. REACTION!

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