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3 Advocate 1 (1960)

handle is hein.barjournals/adisb0003 and id is 1 raw text is: Vol. 3, No. 1                                  Boise, Idaho                                 January, 1960

Swearing In Ceremonies For McFadden

McFadden Takes Oath
Honorable Joseph J. McFadden took
the oath of office as a Justice of the
Supreme Court of Idaho on January 4,
1960 at an impressive ceremony con-
duted in the Supreme Court during a
special session of the Court held for that
purpose. The courtroom was filled to
capacity for the occasion.
Justice McFadden received the oath
from the Honorable C. J. Taylor, Chief
Justice, who spoke briefly about the du-
ties which rest upon the members of the
Court andi the responsibilities which they
must assume in order to properly carry
on tile important work of that tribunal.
Justice McFadden was presented to the
Court by L. L. Sullivan, Esq., and the
Honorable Sherman J. Bellwood, both of
whom had previously been engaged in
the practice of law at Hailey and were
early friends of Justice McFadden. After
receiving the oath, Justice McFadden
was presented with the robe of office
andi assumed his position on the bench.

The Honorable Sherman J. Bellwood
then spoke as President of the Idaho
State Bar Association with reference to
the obligations of the Court in the ad-
ministration of justice. Judge Bellwood's
remarks are printed in full herein in the
Vox Presidenti column. Following Judge
Bellwood's address, Justice McFadden
expressed appreciation for the oppor-
tunity to serve, andi stated that it was
the beginning of a new phase in his
career, a phase which in the early years
of his practice he never anticipated
would occur.
A reception was held in the Crystal
Ballroom in the Hotel Boise following
the installation ceremony in honor of
Justice and Mrs. McFadden. Mr. Charles
H. Creason anti Mrs. Creason presented
the guests to Justice and Mrs. McFadden
in the reception line, which also included
the other Supreme Court Justices and
their wives. Mr. Creason, President of
the Fourth and Eleventh District Bar
Association, was in charge of arrange-
ments.

Supreme Court Holds
Memorial Ceremonies
The annual memorial service was held
January 5, 1960, in the Supreme Court
honoring all those members of the Idaho
State Bar whose deaths occurred during
the previous year.   General arrange-
ments were handled by Wayne E. Davis,
Esq., chairman of the Resolutions Com-
mittee. He was assisted by Messrs. J.
M. O'Donnell and R. Bryan Kidwell on
the Resolutions Committee.
Opening remarks were made by the
Honorable C. J. Taylor, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court, which were followed
by invocation by Dr. C. Warren VanCamp,
minister of Boone Memorial Presbyterian
Church in Caldwell, Idaho. Invocation
was followed by a violin solo by Miss
Willey Stevens, who was accompanied on
the piano by Mrs. Sylvia Hunt, both of
whom are students at the College of
Idaho.
The resolution of the committee was
read by Mr. Wayne E. Davis and a spe-
cial memorial for the late Chief Justice
James W. Porter was read by Mr. Branch
Bird. Mr. E. L. Rayborn was chairman
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IN MEMORIAM
Earl Hoyt Casterlin, Pocatello;
James W. Wiyne, Coeur d'Alene;
Henry M. Hall, Jerome;
Tom F. Alworth, Filer;
Judge Preston Thatcher, Blackfoot;
Ralph S. Nelson, Coeur d'Alene;
Frank A. McCall, Rigby;
Harry Keyser, Boise;
Judge E. E. Hunt, Sandpoint;
Thurston P. Wormwood, Missoula;
Thomas Milton Morris, Corvallis;
Harold S. Purdy, Coeur d'Alene;
Logan D. Hyslop, Nampa;
Walter H. Anderson, Pocatello;
Larry Blaine Adamson, Seattle;
James P. Reed, Emmett;
Edwin Snow, Boise;
Wayne A. Barclay, Jerome;
Judge James W. Porter, Boise;
Judge Albert J. Graf,.Kellogg.
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