Sarah Floyd Milford
in dens lay to mam more in and 75 voided a School a Family Affair for Floyds CARBONDALE, 111. (UP)-School is a family affair for the Floyd family of Wood River, 111. Six members of the family -father, -father, mother, three daughters and a son-in-law -- are attending summer sessions at Southern Illinois Illinois University he.re. "It's just a necessity for some of us." the oldest daughter, James Milford 21, explained. "And for some of us, it's just too convenient to miss." Ihe family members whs find the summer session a necessity are Mrs. Milford's father, Raymond Raymond Floyd, James - and her husband, Floyd, athletic director at Wood Rwei High School, is spending third summer working for a master's master's degree in industrial education education Milford, who graduated from SIU in June, is starting work his master's in physical education. The summer course is a convenience, convenience, Mrs. Milford explained, foi herself, her mother, her 17- year-old sister Ellen, and 8-year- old sister Jenny. |fives to stimulate Jenny it, in Ihird grade at univeisitv school. 'She doesn't mind going," Mrs.. Miliora said, "and if she didn't go, there wouldn't be anyone to takt care ol her." Mrs Milford is a senior in business administration, and sister Eller is just starting a course in art education. Mrs. Floyd is registered as a special student and is taking a course in potlei^ "purely for pleasure," her daughter said. The. family lives in a cottage on Thompson Lake near the campus but with classes every day they haven't been able to spend too much time at the beach, Milford said. "That will have lo wait until school is out about trie middle ol August," she said. Floyd manages the beach at Crab Orchard Lake in addition to to school, and the family has spent several summers in its cabin at Thompson Lake. "But we don't know what we'll do next year," Mrs. Milford said. "The university is going to expand out in our direction and take over the cabin."