CACHE CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION BEGINS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The membership drive for the Cache Valley Music association began be-gan this week and will continue until October 12, according to Mrs. Horace Baugh, a membership committeeman. com-mitteeman. The association brings each year to Logan, Utah, a program considered con-sidered outstanding in Cache Valley. Val-ley. Preston's growing membership member-ship which reached over bu mat year is evidence of the popularity of the program, which consists of nine musical features and six lec. tures all presented by people of national and international fame. . The quality of the programs depends de-pends somewhat on the funds available through memberships and the USAC lyceum program. At present the following numbers are scheduled. Eva Jessye Choir, a group of Negro singers; the Budapest String Quartet; Ernest Wolff, baritone; Barton ilarp, string quartet; Ethan Holton lecturer on the European situation; and Edward Tomlinson lecturer on Latin America. Othei numbers will be adled after the. membership drive is completed. The Preston membership committee com-mittee consists of Mrs. R. R. Rowell, Row-ell, Stephen J. Lundquist and Mrs. Horace Baugh. ley. Virginia Sant, Chief Frank Merrill and E. R. Spilsbury. The Melodians under the direction direc-tion of Harold Swift and a special orchestra under the direction of Steven Lundquist will also be included.