It seems like a lot of air traffic control towers use callsigns that are much different from the name of the airfield. For example, Lehigh Valley International (ABE) has "Allentown Tower."
"Allentown Tower" doesn't appear anywhere I can see on the sectional chart. (The control frequencies tab even lists it as "Lehigh Valley Intl.") You might be able to figure it out through other hints, such as the presence of the "Allentown Class C," but that doesn't seem like something that can be relied upon in general.
I doubt pilots are expected to have airport diagrams handy for every airfield in the vicinity just for this.
If, say, I had to divert to an unfamiliar airfield, how would I find the proper callsign for its tower?