1961 – Watts

01/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Division and Subsidiary Heads Attend Monterey Conference
  • Operations Expected to Continue at Present Level For Next Few Months
  • I.R.E. Showing Again Key Factor
  • Over Million-Dollar Christmas Bonus Sets New H-P Record, George Climo, 2.
  • H-P Participates in Dusseldorf’s Interkama Show, Carl Cottrell, 4.
  • Things to know about H-P (Part VI of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Safety
  • Fire and Major Disaster
  • Security
  • Watch Your Parking Lot Driving!, Pete Vogt, 7.
  • H-P Highlights of 1960, Lou Lencioni, 8.
  • Hewlett-Packard’s Publications and Promotion Department, Lou Lencioni, 10.
  • A Visit to Tab Room — H-P;s Computer Operation, Barbara Dermeg, 13.
  • Precision Machine Shop, “Chick” Alexander, 15.
  • H-P Basketball Team, back page.

02/61

  • -hp- Instrument(s) of the Month (S. Sterling Engineers Solve Chrysler Problem Through Hewlett-Packard Instrumentation), Bill Terry, 2.
  • The Way of Life in U.S.A. and Deutschland (Fred Schroeder Interviewed), 3.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part VII of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 5.
  • Department Activities Listed
  • How H-P’s Quality Assurance Program Functions at Stanford Plant II, Hal Chouinard, 7.
  • Monterey Conference Report, Ray Wilbur, 8.
  • Univac Tests Management Skills, 12
  • Precision Plating Shop Modern Alchemist’s Delight, Chick Alexander, 15.

03/61

  • COVER PHOTO: Hewlett-Packard’s Stanford Industrial Park plant shown from the air at 900 feet.
  • March Is Scholarship Fund Drive Month, Anne Laudel, 2.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 3.
  • Improvement Seen for General Business Toward Year’s End
  • 34 New -hp- Instruments for I.R.E.
  • 34 New Electronic Instruments and Systems at I.R.E., 3.
  • Research, Development Planning Conference Held, C.B. Foos, 3.
  • New Oscilloscope Division Formed (H-P’s Fifth New Division Will Be Located at 395 Page Mill Road), 3.
  • New R & D Appointment Announced (C.B. Foos), 4.
  • Jack Beckett New PAECO President, 5.
  • “Skin-Packaging” in Use at H-P, Lou Lencioni, 6.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part VIII of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 7.
  • Channels of Contact
  • What!?! A Plastic Die-Set! (New Idea Born), Lou Lencioni, 9.
  • H-P’s Customer Service Department, Carl Anderson, 10.

04/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • H-P’s New Cabinet Program–Hit of Show
  • Regarding Sanborn
  • PHOTO: H-P Travelab, interior/exterior, 5.
  • 70,000 Enthusiasts View IRE, Don Teer, 6.
  • Waveguide Components Account for 50% of -hp- Catalog Items, Robley Ranche, 10.
  • Waveguide Fabrication–Product Centered Operation, Gene Stickney and Howard Russell, 13.
  • Production Control and Production Engineering Play Important Parts in Solving “Microwave Plumbing” Problems, Bard Rice, 14.
  • Polish Journalists Tour H-P, Dave Penning, 17.
  • The English Perspective (interview with Rosemary Stewart, director of the Action Society Trust in England, an independent, nonprofit organization for social research in the industrial field), Lew Lencioni, 18.

05/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • H-P’ites in Europe
  • Scholarships to be Increased in Number
  • Oliver Election Will Aid School Cause
  • H-P Scholarship Program, George Climo, 3.
  • Progress Rapid at New Boonton Plant, Eric Woods, 3.
  • “Medic-Alert” Can Save A Life, Terry Smith, R.N., 4.
  • “R & D Plans Ahead”, C.B. Foos, 5.
  • PHOTO: The Seki Organization (-hp-‘s Japanese distributor), 6.
  • New Multi-Purpose Modular Cabinet Concept and How It Was Conceived, Carl Clement, 10.
  • Low Cost, High Quality Cafeteria Boon to H-P’ites, Lou Lencioni, 14.
  • IRE Show–A Spectacular, Lou Lencioni, back page.

06/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Two Picnics
  • May Orders Show Increase
  • Anent Sanborn
  • 1961 Scholarship Awards Granted, George Climo, 3.
  • PHOTO: Official photograph of 1961 Hewlett-Packards sales meeting held at Hotel Essex House, New York City.
  • Glimpses of Japan (Fourth Tokyo International Trade Fair), Tom Christiansen, 6.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P Model 722AR), Bill Terry, 8.
  • Sheetmetal Fabrication–Microwave Division, Martin Ganschow (Section Manager), 10.

07/61

  • COVER PHOTO: Architectural drawing of proposed new -hp- plant in Loveland.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Thanks Gang! (re: picnics)
  • The Passing of “The Lab”, C.B. Foos, 3.
  • Geneva Seminar, 4.
  • Hewlett-Packard Marketing News, Noel Eldred (H-P Vice-Pres. in charge of Marketing), 8.
  • Wordsmiths in Production, Lou Lencioni, 10.

08/61

  • Oregon Avenue Parkway Proposed, Jack Beckett, 2.
  • Data on 1960 Electronic Component Shipments By U.S. Manufacturers Released, 3.
  • ’61 WESCON–A Reflection of People and Planning, 3.
  • H-P Educational Assistance Program, Chick Alexander, 4.
  • PHOTO: Crossley Associates’ new ELECTRO-CRUISER (30-passenger airport bus converted to demo vehicle), 4.
  • H-P Instrument of the Month (HO6 428A Magnetic Printing Tester), Bill Terry, 12.
  • 38 H-P Units Ready for WESCON, Duane Lingafelter, 15.

09/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • August-October Quarter Expected Best in -hp- History
  • A Real Challenge Ahead
  • Interchange of Personnel — Vital to a Lively -hp-
  • Greetings to Sanborn
  • Bedford Production Slated for Fall Start
  • Loveland Activity
  • H-P Industrial Designers Do It Again at WESCON, Andi Are, 3.
  • WESCON Highlights, Duane Lingafelter, 5.
  • H-P’s First Corporate Family Sales Conference, Noel Eldred, 7.
  • Colorado Plant Ground Breaking Ceremony, Kay Therp, 9.
  • Watt’s Current Takes Tour Thru Instrument Assembly and Wiring Departments–Building Four Stanford Industrial Park, Lou Lencioni, 13.
  • INSERT: Local Palo Alto H-P News, September 1961.

10/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Sanborn Association Creates Challenging Opportunity
  • Joint Meeting Held of -hp- Affiliate Management
  • Sales Goal for ’62–100 Million
  • PHOTO: Autographed picture of Herbert Hoover to Dave Packard.
  • New Solid State Affiliate for Hewlett-Packard, 3.
  • Sanborn of Waltham, Massachusetts, 4.
  • H-P 525C Frequency Converter Unit, 6.
  • PHOTO: Autographed picture of Charles de Gaulle.
  • Marketing Department Organizational Changes in Effect, Noel Eldred, 8.
  • ISA Conference Stresses Importance of Measurements, C.B. Foos, 11.
  • Why -hp- Instruments Lead the Field In Reliability and Compliance With Published Specifications, Lou Lencioni, 12.
  • New PAECO Transformer Comparator . . . for Greater Production Efficiency, 15.

11/61

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • H-P’s Basic Objectives Outlined
  • Residential Character of Palo Alto Should Be Retained
  • Opportunities Increasing at Rapid Pace
  • How Changing Company Policy Creates Greater Company Growth, Materials Division, Lou Lencioni, 4.
  • Twenty-two Years of -hp- Instrument Progress, Bill Terry, 6.
  • This is Dymec, 8.
  • First European Service Seminar–a Marked Success, 11.

12/61

  • Christmas Greetings From Dave and Bill, 2.
  • Hope in a Troubled World
  • H-P Funds Matching for University Support, 3.
  • -hp- Forms New Frequency and Time Division, 4.
  • Packaging Program, 6.
  • Revolutionary -hp- CRT’s Eliminate Oscilloscope Parallax Error (Instrument of the Month), Bill Terry, 8.
  • -hp- International News, back page.

1960 – Watts

01/60

  • COVER PHOTO: HPSA Demo-Lab (mobile lab) in Milan, Italy.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P Model 185A Sampling Oscilloscope), Bill Terry, 2.
  • Xmas Bonus, $823,658 – All-time High, 10.
  • H-P Recreation during 1959, Jack Weiershauser, 12.
  • ’58-’59 Accident Rate Report, Pete Vogt, 18.
  • Increased Disability Benefits, George Climo, back page.

02/60

  • Instrument of the Month (-hp- Model 344A), John Minck, 2.
  • PHOTO: Hewlett-Packard Company Annual Report 1959, 3.
  • Preparation Underway for H-P Participation in I.R.E., Don Teer, 13.
  • H-P’s College Recruiting Program Again Underway, Barbara Dermeg, 14.

03/60

  • Instrument of the Month (120 AR, 113 AR, 103 AR, 724 AR), Dan Lansdon, 2.
  • PHOTO: Dave Packard with Vice President Nixon at Stanford/Harvard dinner, 4.
  • An Expert Views the Olympics, Bill Terry, 4.
  • Construction Underway at Loveland Site, 5.
  • Hewlett-Packard–Ready for the 60’s, Don Teer, 8.
  • H-P Fabrication Division, Barbara Dermeg, 10.

04/60

  • From Our President’s Desk (Aboard Pan-Am Jet), Dave Packard, 2.
  • En route to Geneva Seminar
  • Competition Strong
  • New -hp- Instruments Well Received
  • NIC Board Meeting Attended by Dave
  • First Aid Training Program Under Way at H-P, Virginia Bour, 5.
  • 230 H-P Instruments Displayed at 1960 IRE, Don Teer, 7.
  • A Department Is Born, Barbara Dermeg, 10.
  • INSERT: Essex House 1960 Hewlett-Packard Sales Meeting

05/60

  • COVER PHOTO: President DeGaulle visits H-P (Additional PHOTOS on p. 2)
  • Hewlett-Packard Greets DeGaulle, Lou Lencioni, 3.
  • HPSA’s European Sales Seminar, Bill Terry, 5.
  • Eldred, Keynote Speaker at Marketing Conference, 9.
  • Electronic Tooling–New H-P Department, Hal Chouinard, 10.
  • Instrument of the Month (411A RF Millivoltmeter), Hans Sorensen, 12.

06/60

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • See You at the Picnic!
  • Scholarship Winners Announced, George Climo, 3.
  • DeGaulle PHOTO Contest, 4.
  • DeGaulle Leaves San Francisco (English translation article that appeared in a Swiss newspaper), 5.
  • Solving the European Plug Dilemma, Bill Terry, 7.
  • Hilltop Move Information, 8.
  • Don’t Machine it! Cast It!, Barbara Dermeg, 10.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P 570A Digital Clock), Bill Terry, 13.
  • An H-P Highlight of 1960, Lou Lencioni, 14.

07/60

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Smooth Move Complimented
  • Ironical Situation
  • Richard Duncan First Refund Recipient Under H-P’s Educational Assistance Program, 6.
  • Instrument of the Month (H-P 456A AC Current Probe), Bill Terry, 7.
  • Hewlett-Packard SA Expands European Operation, Bill Doolittle, 10.
  • 200 Top Speakers Selected for WESCON Tech Program, 15.

08/60

  • Instrument of the Month (H-P 938A/940A series of frequency doubler sets), John Minck, 2.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 5.
  • Production Level Holds Steady
  • Important Assignments Ahead
  • Picnic Decision
  • Christmas Party grows too big for any HP building, so we’re giving you four hours off to have it offsite
  • Anent Beer Busts
  • ARVA, Hewlett-Packard Combine Efforts for Northwest IRE-ISA Electronics Show, Bill Terry, 6.
  • Expanding Product Line Triggers Constant Need for Additional Management Talent in Sales, Noel Eldred (H-P Vice President for Marketing), 7.
  • - PHOTOS: Dick Reynolds
  • Jack Petrak
  • Dick Cline
  • Bill Terry
  • John Young
  • Jack Nally
  • Hewlett-Packard’s Chem Lab Becomes Production Reality, Barbara Dermeg, 11.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part I of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 14.
  • H-P’s Program Requires Effective Communications at All Levels
  • Hiring Policy–or Conditions of Employment
  • Changing job assignments to reflect changing business environment

09/60

  • H-P Wins WESCON Industrial Design Award (K382 Attenuator), 2.
  • PHOTO DP with Herbert Hoover and Thomas Pike board member
  • Electronics Management’s Biggest Challenge (summary of Dave Packard’s address to Annual Corporate Luncheon Meeting of the Western Electronic Manufacturers Association), 3.
  • H-P Enjoys Most Successful WESCON, Don Teer, 5.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part II of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Placements
  • Records
  • Engineer Program
  • Wage and Salary Policy
  • Production Bonus and How It’s Computed
  • Chamber Salutes Noel Porter for his Notable Achievements, 7.
  • Meet Jack Beckett of PAECO, Barbara Dermeg, 10.
  • Are You Ready for Hewlett-Packard Advancement, Lee Seligson, 12.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 13.
  • WESCON Report
  • Open House, Sunday September 11th
  • Automatic Programming Perfected for Drift Testing 606 and 608’s, 14.

10/60

  • Instrument of the Month (H-P Model 160B Oscilloscope), George Fredrick, 2.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Colorado Operation Officially Dedicated
  • On the Fall Elections
  • Report on New York ISA Show, Dan Lansdon, 3.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part III of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Evaluation–Its Procedure and Purpose
  • 1960 Machine Tool Exposition, Norm Bowers, Lyle Loeser, Jack Benson, 7.
  • An H-P Engineer Observes Automobiles Throughout Europe, Bill Girdner, 14.

11/60

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • H-P Sales Hit New High
  • Be Sure To Vote Tomorrow
  • Stanford Radar Astronomy Installation Visited by H-P Radio Amateur Club, PHOTO of Stanford radar dish under construction, Bill Hawkins, 4.
  • PHOTO: Marshal Tito passing through U.S. pavilion of International Trade Fair in Yugoslavia, 4.
  • H-P Moves Ahead with Ways and Means of Producing More with Less Effort, Lee Seligson (H-P Training Coordinator), 7.
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part IV of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 8.
  • Vacation Scheduling
  • Sick Leave Policy
  • Hewlett-Packard School Give-Away Program, Carl Anderson, 10.

12/60

  • A Christmas Message from Dave and Bill, 2.
  • All Considered–A Most Successful Year
  • Market–Increasingly Competitive
  • The Russian Threat
  • We Must Meet the Challenge
  • Things To Know About H-P (Part V of Series), Ray Wilbur (Personnel Director), 6.
  • Regarding Leave of Absence
  • Military
  • Jury Duty
  • Death
  • Pregnancy
  • Terminations
  • Rehiring

1959 – Watts

01/59

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • David Packard’s Address–Christmas Party, 1958
  • Impressive Group Photograph Taken–Complete Hewlett-Packard Product Line, Dan O’Rourke, 6-7.

02/59

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Sonoma Conference Highlights
  • Busy ’59 Ahead
  • Bonus Will Be Ever Flexible To Reflect Production Efforts of Our Gang
  • IRE Show in Offing
  • Quality Assurance at Hewlett-Packard, John Blunk, 10.

03/59

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Product Quality Begins with Job Knowledge Plus Attitude
  • H. Rowan Gaither Elected To Fill Board Vacancy
  • Spring Business Outlook Good
  • Dave Packard Elected P.G.&E. Director, 2.
  • Quality Assurance Through Engineering, Edna MacLean, 10.

04/59

  • Hewlett-Packard Instruments Contributing Factor in “Jupiter” Ballistic Missile, 8.
  • Twelve New H-P Products Shown First Time–New York IRE Show, Noel Eldred, 10.

05/59

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • March Orders–“Highest on Record”
  • Show Response
  • On New Personnel Hiring–“Quality” is the Key
  • Summer Applicants
  • Hewlett-Packard Holds European Sales Seminar, Tom Christiansen, 5.
  • Tube Lab–Once A Dream–Becomes Fact, 6.
  • The 302A Harmonic Wave Analyzer, Duane Lingafelter, 8.
  • Systems and Procedures Section and how it affects the -hp- picture, Dave Bates, 10.

06/59

  • 721A Transistor Power Supply, Dick Reynolds, 4.
  • Hewlett-Packard Journal Approaches Tenth Anniversary, Jay Avbie, 10.
  • H-P Acquires Palo Alto Engineering Co., 12.
  • 07/59 From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Thanks Gang! (picnic)
  • Should We Break Picnic into Smaller Groups?
  • New ‘Scope for WESCON
  • Sales Hold Strong
  • PAECO and DYMEC
  • A Helping Hand
  • PGANE Pioneer Award to F.L. Moseley, 6.
  • Hewlett-Packard College Recruiting Program Merits One of Highest Engineer Acceptance Rates in Industry, Eric Johnson, 10.

 

08/59

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • New Training Program To Create Greater Opportunity for All
  • H-P Honored by Hoover Visit
  • $4,000,000 month!
  • H-P Science Interest Course at H. Hoover School, Charlotte Russell, 3.
  • H-P Loses a Valued Friend and Representative–Alfred Crossley, 5.
  • Russell H. Varian Heart Attack Victim, 6.
  • H-P Participates in I.R.E. Convention in Australia, 10.
  • H-P Model 412A–DC Vacuum Tube Voltmeter, Duane Lingafelter, 11.

09/59

  • Dave Packard on Two-Week Russian Tour With 39 Northern California Businessmen, 2.
  • IN MEMORIAM-Charles R. Blyth, Bill Hewlett, 2.
  • Boonton Radio Corporation Becomes H-P Subsidiary, 2.
  • Ray Demere off for Germany to Manage Stuttgart Plant, 3.
  • HPSA Hits the Highways and Byways (New Mobile Demonstration Lab–A Completely Equipped Facility), internal/external PHOTOS, Bill Doolittle, 5.
  • 30,898 Visitors Attend “Biggest Yet” WESCON, Bill Terry, 6.
  • New H-P Model 154A Voltage/Current Channel Amplifier, Gene Warrington, 8.
  • H-P Printed Circuit Department Sells Eye Appeal Plus Reliability, Clyde Coombs, 10.

10/59

  • Progress Report on Hilltop Construction, 3.
  • Bill Hewlett Re-Elected Hospital Board President, 3.
  • New H-P Model 683A Rounds Out BWO SERIES, John Minck, 6.
  • A Look at H-P’s Newest Relative, The Boonton Radio Corporation, 10.
  • Palo Alto-Stanford Hospital Model of Community Cooperation, 18.
  • INSERT: Packard Russia Report (re: September two-week tour of Russia)-FIRST IN SERIES
  • Flight to Moscow
  • Airfields Devoid of Hangar Facilities
  • Hotel Ukraine
  • Pleasantries Exchanged at Chamber of Commerce
  • Kremlin Visit
  • Puppet Show–One of Few Moscow Entertainments
  • Television Center Tour
  • Department Store Prices, High–Quality Poor
  • American Exhibit Impressions
  • Mikoyan Meeting
  • Soviet Exhibit Impressive
  • The People’s Car?
  • Anent the American Dollar
  • Fear Walks in Russian
  • Dave Meets Russian Copy H-P Model 410
  • Russians Exhibit Tremendous Interest in All Things Scientific
  • Frustrating Mix-up

11/59

  • Bill Hewlett Appointed New California Manufacturer’s Association (C.M.A.) Board Member, 2.
  • Portable Voltmeter Developed (403A), Gene Warrington, 4.
  • H-P in Colorado, Dave Packard, 8.
  • New Butler Bldg. Annex Machine Shop, Charlotte Russell, 10.
  • Production Rolling at Boeblingen, Bill Feeley, 16.
  • INSERT: Packard Russia Report-SECOND IN SERIES
  • Leningrad Impressions
  • Generator Manufacturing Works Visited
  • Window Shopping
  • Enlightening Encounter
  • Russian Educational System Evaluated
  • School Labs Well Equipped
  • Student Decorum Impresses

12/59

  • Christmas Message from Dave and Bill, Dave Packard, 2.
  • ’59–An Exciting Twelve Months
  • Ever Better H-P Methods in Evidence
  • H-P Offers Opportunities for Educational Assistance
  • Anent Christmas Luncheon and Ceremony
  • Report From Europe, Bill Doolittle, 4.
  • H-P Counter Featured on New York Television Show, 6.
  • H-P’s Apprenticeship Training Program Underway, Lee Seligson, 8.
  • Loveland Planning Phase Now Underway, Ed Porter, 10.
  • INSERT: Packard Russia Report-THIRD AND FINAL IN SERIES
  • Perseverance Prevails
  • Manufacturing Process Observed
  • Hermitage Museum
  • Enplane to Kiev
  • Interesting Construction Procedure
  • Rentals Inexpensive But Other Items Not
  • Another Meter Plant Tour
  • Electric Razors by Government Decree
  • The Russian Collective Farm
  • A Party for the Guides
  • Back to Brussels and the Free World
  • INSERT: WATT’S CURRENT Presents Dave’s Christmas Message to the H-P Gang (separate 4-page publication)
  • Past Year One of Best
  • We’re Proud of Our New Affiliates
  • H-P Stuttgart Operation
  • ’59 Marked H-P’s 20th Anniversary
  • H-P’s Progress Result of Teamwork
  • What the Future Holds
  • New Pay Program Announced
  • H-P Highlights of 1959–Recap of Important Events (back page)

1958 – Watts

1/58

  • Hewlett-Packard 1955-1957 – A Supplement to the
    1954 Anniversary Issue of Watt’s Current, 1.
  • Bet With a Multiple Payoff;
    Founder-Partners Have Built Small Original Investment Into Stake of Nearly $50 Million.
    They Have Spaced the Gravy Around With Incentive Payments, Stock Bonuses, Employee-Owned Sidelines.
    Behind Growth is Pioneering of New Instruments (70% of 1956 Volume was in Products New Since 1950).
  • Hewlett-Packard’s New Products Boost Profits, 5.
  • HP Appoints 4 Vice Presidents, 5.
  • HP Development Lab. Organization, Barney Oliver, 6.
  • What’s a Production Engineer?, Edna MacLean, 10.
  • How Purchasing Ticks as They Spend Money to Make
    More of Same, Bob Sundberg, 12.
  • Hewlett-Packard Sales Organization, Noel Eldred, 14.
  • What is a Road Show Like?, John Borgsteadt, 15.
  • ’57 Seminar – A Successful, Enthusiastic Effort,
    John Borgsteadt, 16.
  • IRE 1957 Show Tops All Past Production Efforts, 18.
  • Plant Management News, Noel Porter, 20.
  • New Hewlett-Packard Hilltop Plant, 23.
  • The Best Factory Building in Existence, Stan
    Selby, 24.
  • Hill-Top Lower Deck – A Continuous Flow Operation,
    Harold Wild, 26.
  • School Bells at HP, Lee Benzel, 28.
  • Funds Matching – Tops All Records, George Kan, 28.
  • HP Incentive Bonus System and How it Works, Dick
    Stone, 29.
  • From Our President’s Desk, 30.
  • Retirement Plan Revision, John Beyers, 30.
  • Retirement Plan – Review and Report, John Beyers,
    Page 30.
  • HP Retirement Plan Security Purchases Listed, Ed
    Van Bronkhorst, 31.
  • Hewlett-Packard Christmas Bonus Hits All-Time High, $547,000 – 7% of Yearly Gross, Stu Churchon, 34.
  • Hewlett-Packard Offers:
    Opportunities in Electronic Instrumentation
    Broad Scope of Engineering Activity
    Recognition of Achievements
    Young, Secure and Growing Company
    Advantages for Employees
    Ideal Location for the Engineer, 36.

01/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • What’s Ahead for ’58
  • Production Integration of Six New Instruments Seen by Mid-year
  • New Applications for 560A, the Sputnik Celebrity
  • Suggestions for Improved Supervisory Efficiency Now in Order
  • Bet With a Multiple Payoff (reprinted from Business Week magazine, Dec. 14, 1957), 3.
  • Hewlett-Packard Christmas Bonus Hits All-Time High, Stu Churchon, 6.
  • PHOTOS: Travelab, exterior/interior, 9.
  • H-P Instruments Considered Standard of European Industry–As in USA (Part II), Bill Doolittle, 11.
  • New “Task Team” Carries the Ball on 120A Development Program, Dick Reynolds, 12.

02/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Sonoma Conference Report
  • H-P Instruments Considered Standard of European Industry–As in USA (Part III), Bill Doolittle, 8.
  • New Hewlett-Packard Model 340A Noise Figure Meter, Dick Reynolds, 13.

03/58 

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • ARE YOUR PERSONAL CALLS REALLY NECESSARY??
  • Incoming Messages Must be Curtailed
  • Development Effort Stressed by WESCON, 5.
  • PHOTOS: Neely Enterprises’ new Mobile Lab, exterior/interior, 7.
  • PHOTO: “Voltswagon” (Volkswagon Microbus), 9.

04/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Show Report
  • Booth Well Located
  • H-P Engineers Scoop Competitors
  • Big Production Job Ahead
  • Looks Like Another Banner Year for ’58
  • All Hands Back and Ready to Push–With WESCON Ahead
  • Show Sales’s Impact Indicative of Strong Second Half, Noel Eldred, 4.
  • Effectiveness of Aggressive Hewlett-Packard New Product Development Program–A Highlight of New York Show, Barney Oliver, 5.
  • H-P Model 434A Calorimetric Power Meter, Dick Reynolds, 6.

05/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Important Sidelight to -hp- Affairs (community involvement of Bob Sundberg)
  • Business Outlook Optimistic
  • Naval Inspection and Its H-P Relationship, Duane Marshall, 5.
  • New H-P Model 425A Microvolt-Ammeter, Dick Reynolds, 7.

06/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • May orders Hit New High
  • Questionnaire Response Excellent
  • Dymec (new name for associates in Redwood building)
  • Vacation Thought
  • European Manufacturing Operation–An H-P Possibility, Bill Hewlett, 3.
  • What Do America’s Top Industrial Leaders Foresee for 1958 and After?, 4.
  • Packard Elected President Stanford Board of Trustees, 7.
  • H-P Model 218A Digital Delay Generator

07/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • summer high-school interns
  • picnic
  • AMA conference
  • Packard Elected Member Stanford Research Board, 2.
  • Hewlett President of Board P.A.-Stanford Medical Center, 2.
  • PHOTO: Dave Packard behind Eisenhower (at American Management Association Mobilization Conference),3 First H-P picnic, 3
  • PHOTO: Travelab in Canada, 11.

08/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Next Hill-Top Construction in Planning Stage
  • New Orders Holding Up Well
  • Foreign Sales and its Relation to Over-all Production, Bill Doolittle, 10.

09/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • New Product Development Pays Off (WESCON)
  • Fall Business Outlook Optimistic
  • Welcome to San Felipe! (day at San Felipe Ranch)
  • 1958 WESCON Show–Biggest Ever, Ron Whitburn, 4.
  • New H-P Instruments Introduced at WESCON, Dick Reynolds, 5.

10/58

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Hew-Pack Gears up for Heavy Load Ahead
  • H-P Acquiring Interest in F. L. Moseley Company
  • PHOTO: Dave Packard and Bill Hewlett with Senator Knowland at Stanford Plant during gubernatorial campaign, 3.
  • 11/58 From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • A Word to Our New People
  • Four-Day Thanksgiving and Christmas Week Ends Set
  • Special Industrial Demonstrations Make H-P ISA Exhibit Outstanding Success, Dan O’Rourke, 7.

12/58

  • Christmas Greeting from Dave and Bill, Dave Packard, 2.
  • A Time To Pause and Give Thanks
  • Dave Packard Named “All-America”–25 Years Later, 2.
  • CENTER INSERT: F.L. Moseley Company. . . Letter of Introduction from Head of Recorder Company Serves to Introduce H-P’ites to New H-P Affiliate and Its Potential.

1957 – Watts

01/57

  • University “Funds Matching” Program Breaks
    Another Record, George Kan, 2.
  • $884,206.93 Balance For HP Retirement Trust
    Fund, John Beyers, 2.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 3.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 4.
  • Plant Management News, View of New Stanford
    HP on Hilltop, Porter, 6.
  • Hewlett-Packard Christmas Party Extravaganza –
    ’56 Version – Biggest Most Lavish Yet, $444,000
    Bonus Melon, Jim Hobson, 8.

02/57

  • Hewlett-Packard Retirement Plan – Review and
    Report, John Beyers, 2.
  • Dave and Bill “Boss Of The Year”, Bill Happ, 3.
  • Training Department – New Production Goals,
    Barbara Groff, 3.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, 4.
  • Production Memos – All-Out Effort Paying Off, Bill Bohnett, 8.
  • Mac McClellan is Navy Inspector for HP Instruments
    Being Built for the Navy, Duane Marshall, 10.
  • The Inverted Circle – Dynac Ships First Of Its
    Own Design, Frank Bequaert, 12.
  • Shipping News, Recent Department Growth and
    Structure Explained,k Alan Thoburn, 16.
  • Classification Of Fires, Pete Vogt, 19.

03/57

  • Five Years Ago (310 to 511 employees, Marlene Dunwoodie, 2.
  • HP Recreation Area – 95 Acre Plot Near Felton, John Beyers, 2.
  • Production Management News, Hill-Top and Present
    Plant Heads Listed, by Porter, 4.
  • Lab’s John Cage – Man Of Accomplishment, Dick
    Reynolds, 6.
  • Bonus Boosters – New Turret Lathe, 10.

04/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, 2.
  • 1,024 Free Polio Shots Given HP Employees, John Beyers, 3.
  • Production Management News, Porter, 4.
  • Lab’s Norm Schrock, Instrument Developer, Dick Reynolds, 6.
  • Service Visitors, Don Corson, 8.
  • IRE 1957 Show Tops All Past Production Efforts, Cort Van Rensselaer, 10.

05/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, 2.
  • Mary Henry Paints Electronic Murals in New Hillton
    Building, Stu Churchon, 3.
  • HP Retirement Plan Security Purchases Listed,
    Ed Van Bronkhorst, 9.
  • Dynac Stockholders Annual Report, George Climo, 18.

06/57

  • Production Management News – HP Quotas Being Met, Noel Porter, 4.
  • Hewlett-Packard Representatives Plan and Occupy
    New Quarters, Noel Eldred, 5.
  • The Best Factory Building In Existence, Stan Selby, 8.
  • The Hewlett-Packard College Recruiting Program, Page 10.

07/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Holiday Land At Felton, Jack Weiershauser, 4.
  • Hill-Top Lower Deck – A Continuous Flow Operation,
    Harold Wild, 6.
  • Hew-Packers Receive 962 Free Polio Shots, John Beyers, 8.
  • Round-Up of HP Representatives Spring Road Shows, Page 10.
  • Sick Leave Policy Revised – Benefits Boosted, 12.
  • Lab’s Art Fong – Notable Designer, 13.
  • 752 Directional Coupler, Lew Chapman, 14.
  • Four Hewlett-Packard Scholarships Granted, 17.
  • Stock Road Maps Ease Item Location, Jane Lazauski, Page 18.

08/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • ’57 Seminar A Successful, Enthusiastic Effort –
    75 Reps In Attendance, John Borgsteadt, 4.
  • Plant Number One Rearrangement Methods Contribute
    Toward More Efficient Production, Gordon Eding, 6.
  • Lab’s Phil Hand – Capitol Event, Dick Reynolds, 8.
  • Our Summer Employment Program, Ray Wilbur, 8.
  • HP’s Reps In Session at ’57 Seminar, 10.
  • ’57 Picnic Extravaganza – One To Remember, Stu
  • Churchon, 12.

09/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, 2.
  • Tour Thru WESCON, Electronic Wonderland, Duane Marshall, 6.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 7.
  • Art In Electronics Contest Won by Hew-Pack Man, Carl Clement, 8.
  • Air Conditioning and Electrical Equipment For
    Stanford Plant Last Word in Modern Efficiency, Phil Towle, 11.
  • A Note From The Wheel Notching Nook, 12.

10/57

  • HP and Dynac Combine Forces For 12th Annual I.S.A.
    Show and Exhibit, Cort Van Rensselaer, 2.
  • Cover Subject – 560A Digital Recorder, Dick
    Reynolds, 4.

11/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • Plant Management News, Flexibility – Key To Our
    Industry’s Growth, Noel Porter, 4.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, 5.
  • How Purchasing Ticks As They Spend Money to Make
    More of Same, Bob Sundberg, 6.
  • HP Institutes Fine, New Nursing and Health Program, Ray Wilbur, 8.
  • HP’s Shipping Department – An Alert, Progressive,
    Well-Organized Team, Hank Meadows, 10.

12/57

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 2.
  • A Word From the Front Office, 3.
  • Hew-Pack Employees’ Scholarship Time Again, Ed Van Bronkhorst, 3.
  • HP Scholarship Winner Receives Signal Honor, 3.
  • Funds Matching Program Indicates Record Support,
    George Kan, 3.
  • Plant Management News, Noel Porter, 4.
  • About the Over-The-Counter-Market, 5.
  • The Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 6.
  • Fall Seminar Concluded, Carl Cottrell, 7.
  • H-P Instruments Considered Standard of European
    Industry–As in USA (Part I), Bill Doolittle, 10.
  • Lab Girds For Future, Ted Anderson, 14.

1956 – Watts

01/56

  • Enthusiastic Response To “Funds Matching” Program, George Kan, 1.
  • HP Factory Organization, Noel Porter, 1.
  • Income Tax Notes, Ed van Bronkhorst, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – Birth of Dynac, Inc., Dave Packard, 1.
  • HP Employees’ Scholarship Fund, Ed van Bronkhorst, Page 1.
  • Yewell Associates’ Open House – One of the Most
    Successful Of All Time, Cort Van Rensselaer. 3.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Once Again, Quality First!, Cal Larsen, 6.
  • Christmas Bonus Checks Hit $324,000, Jim Hobson, 7.
  • Xmas Plan Gives Hope For Child of War-Torn
    Europe, Machine Shop, 9.
  • The Company’s Most Valuable Asset, 12.
  • Definitions, 12.
  • Hewlett-Packard Broadens its “Scope” of Operations, Duane Marshall, 14.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 19.
  • Your HP Shipping Department, Hank Meadows, 2.

02/56

  • Cort van Rensselaer in Washington – Signal Honor
    For Cort and Hewlett-Packard, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – Anent HP’s Management Training Program, 1.
  • Robert Rawlins Of Dynac, George Climo, 3.
  • Business and Defense Services Administration, 4.
  • Campus I.R.E. Meeting, George Kan, 5.
  • Around The World With George Kan, HP Products
    Highly Regarded All Over the World, Stu Churchon, Page 10.
  • What’s A Production Engineer, Edna MacLean, 11.
  • Night Life That Pays Thru HP Instructors, Hal Hiner, 13.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 16.

03/56

  • From Our President’s desk – Dynac Stock Permit Issued, 1.
  • I.R.E. Hi-Fi Report, Marvin Willrodt, 3.
  • Giant Air Compressor Now In Use, Ralph Lee, 6.
  • Astronomy And Its Contributions To Your Everyday
    Living, Wes Simpson, 8.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 12.

04/56

  • Engineers – One of Our Vital Assets, Noel E. Porter, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • The Palo Alto Engineering Company Story, Noel Eldred, 5.
  • What’s A Production Engineer, Edna MacLean, 7.
  • Unusual HP Woman – Gals Invade Lathe Section, Al Sperry, 9.
  • Service Visitors, Bob Aiken, 12.
  • Dave Packard and Rube Ryerson Explain Details of
    HP’s New Instruments to Prospective Customers, 15.
  • Bonus Boosters – Fifteen Horsepower Asset, Al Sperry, 18.

05/56

  • HP Scholarship Program Stepped Up, Frank Cavier, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Good Show Reports, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Broken Records Galore, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Training For The Assembly Areas – Indoctrination Course, Stan Selby, 5.
  • Dynac In Gear – First Instrument Shipped, Jim Hobson, 6.
  • HP’s Chemical Lab – New Basement Installation, Al Sperry, 7.
  • Safety Is The Thing, Pete Vogt, 7.
  • Harold Elliott – HP Consulting Engineer, One Of HP’s Top Assets, 8.
  • Neophyte Rep’s Seminar – Orientation Session Just Completed, Carl Mahurin, 10.
  • Service Visitors – From Here and There, Carl Mahurin, 12.
  • Piped Entertainment – HP Now Subscribes To Muzak Service, 15.

06/56

  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Four HP Scholarships Granted – Two Awards For HP-ites, Frank Cavier, 6.
  • Press of Executive Duties Force Packard’s Retirement From School Board, Dr. Henry Gunn, Superintendent of Palo Alto School, 7.
  • Breaking Ground for HP’s New Buildings, 8.
  • HP Incentive Bonus System and How It Works, Dick Stone, 10.
  • Service Visitors – Popular Program, Carl Mahurin, 18.

07/56

  • Packard’s Picnic Address – Dave Expresses
    Appreciation For Continuance of HP Spirit, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling!, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Bonus Booster – A Fifty-Ton Brake, Stu Churchon, 8.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 19.

08/56

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • David Packard’s Address To Reps Sales Seminar – July, 1956, 3.
  • Excerpts From Bill Hewlett’s Talk On The Hewlett-
    Packard Research and Development Program, 6.
  • Sales Manager Eldred’s Welcoming Speech To Seminar’ites, 7.
  • Noel Porter’s Talk On The Hewlett-Packard Production Program, 9.
  • Cort Van Rensselaer Concludes Washington Tour Of Duty, Dean Abramson, 13.
  • From Porter’s Corner, 15.
  • The Inverted Circle – Dynac Loaded With Engineers, Oxidized Agate, 23.

09/56

  • Retirement Plan Revision, John Beyers, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – Production Pressure Still Ahead, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Here We Grow, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Noel Eldred Honored As WESCON Pioneer, 5.
  • 1956 WESCON, Duane Marshall, 7.
  • From Porter’s Corner – All-time Payroll High, 10.
  • Hew-Pack Designer Reports On Recent M.I.T. Creative Engineering Course, Carl Clement, 12.
  • New Group Eligible To Join Retirement Plan, 17.

10/56

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • ’56 WESCON Great Success – 30,000 Engineers In Attendance, 3.
  • From Porter’s Corner, 4.
  • Current HP Instruments, Dick Reynolds, 5.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 6.

11/56

  •  From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 1.
  • Twenty-Six Old Timers Now On New Retirement Plan, John Beyers, 1.
  • Production Management News – New Plant Set-up,
    First Unit on Stanford Hill, Porter, 6.
  • Brunton Bauer, HP Chief Engineer, HP Lab,
    Dick Reynolds, 10.
  • Our Future Bonus Boosters Get Into Action,
    Good Investments, Harold Poole, 18.

12/56

  • Christmas Greetings from Our Presidents Desk, Page 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – New Courses Given, 3.
  • The Inverted Circle – Problems In Outer Space, George Climo, 5.
  • Plant Management News – Extra Effort Paying Off, Porter, 6.

1955 – Watts

01/55

  • Page Mill Traffic Signal Now in Effect, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Better Motor Cars Thru HP Electronics, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • HP’s Noel Porter Makes Presentation to WCEMS’s Heckert L. Parker, 4.
  • Motion Economy (Continued from December Issue), Tool and Equipment Design For Bonus Boosting, Al Sperry, 5.
  • Stella Ely Retires – Printed Watt’s Current for 13 Years, Dean Abramson, 6.
  • HP Oscillators and Audio Signal Generators, Dick Reynolds, 10.
  • Sassoon Sopher, French Rep Visits HP Plant, 11.

02/55

  • Hewlett Completes Term As National I.R.E. Prexy,1.
  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 1.
  • Income Tax Info, Ed Van Bronkhorst, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Sales Volume on Upswing, 3.
  • Howdy To a Neighbor Across The Way – Varian Associates’ New Microwave Research and Development Plant Over On Hansen Way Represents History Similar to Our Own, Al Sperry, 4.
  • Current HP Instruments – HP Model 400D Voltmeter, HP Model 410B Wide Range Voltmeter, Dick Reynolds, 6.
  • Johnny Harrison – HP Cabinet Maker, Duke Madsen, 8.
  • Mastery of Machine – Mechanization Less Harmful Than Man, Pete Vogt, 12.

03/55

  • Income Tax News and Views, Ed Van Bronkhorst, 1.
  • Scholarship Time Again, Frank Cavier, 1.
  • State Completes Mailing of Income Tax Returns, 1.
  • “Think” Safety Program Aids Plant Production As Things Look Up, 2.
  • Letter Box – HP’ites Hear From 1954 Scholarship Winners Bechtel and Hybarger, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • HP Office and Lab Become Foster Parents of Child in Italy, 4.
  • Service Visitors – George Hopkins of Yewell
    Associates and Gordon Kennett of Crossley
    Associates, Carl Mahurin, 6.
  • HP Exhibit Helps Commemorate Engineers’ Week, 8.
  • Jackson Timesaver – Designed by Bert Jackson and Built by Ed Pey, 10.
  • HP Signal Generators (Number Three of Series), Dick Reynolds, 11.
  • State Safety Conference, Pete Vogt, 13.

04/55

  • HP’ites Contribute $1601 to 1955 Red Cross Drive, 1.
  • Hewlett-Packard Factory Organizational Growth and Changes, Noel Porter, 1.
  • Bill and Flora Hewlett Sail on European Trip – Hewlett to Interview Prospective Sales Reps in Foreign Countries, 1.
  • Letter Box – 1954 Scholarship Winner, Juris Petriceks, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Biggest and Best Show in
    Radio History Just Completed, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • New York I.R.E. Show rolled Up the Biggest
    Attendance Record Yet, Duane Marshall, 3.
  • Current HP Instruments, Model 524B and Model 521A, Dick Reynolds, 6.
  • Taxmanship – A Gentle Art, Stu Churchon, 9.
  • School Bells at HP – Ten Week Shop Course for Engineers, Lee Benzel, 10.
  • Solder Room Tour – Two Small, But Vital HP Departments, Dean Abramson, 12.
  • Ship It! – A Word About Your Shipping Department, Hank Meadows, 13.
  • AC-4A Fabrication Proceeds on Schedule, 14.
  • Potential Bonus Boosters – Multiple Drill Press Head Speeds 608 Job, Dean Abramson, 16.
  • Service Visitors From Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and Long Beach, Carl Mahurin, 17.
  • Al Harber Responsible for HP’s Efficient Handling of Raw Materials, 17.

05/55

  • HP Factory Organizational Growth and Changes – Number Two in Series, Noel Porter, 1.
  • Blindcraft Sale Results at Hewlett-Packard – Amount Exceeds $180, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – Continuation of Fine
    Plant Productive Effort Will Assure Rising Bonus In Next Few Months, 1.
  • HP’s Bob Sundberg Elected Second Vice-President of N. California Purchasing Agents, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Neely Road Show Books
    Palo Alto Stop, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Art in Electronics Competition Scheduled For WESCON, 5.
  • Current HP Instruments, 335E TV Monitor, 500B and 100 D, Dick Reynolds, 6.
  • Hewlett-Packard’s Pension Plan, Dwight Mindling, 9.
  • Service Visitors – Wide Representation, Carl Mahurin, 11.
  • Bonus Booster – Denison Press, Dean Abramson, 15.
  • HP’s New Service Station, Dean Abramson, 16.

06/55

  • Hewlett-Packard Factory Organizational Growth and Changes, Noel Porter, 1.
  • Two of HP’s Own Win HP Scholarships for First Time, 1.
  • 1955 WESCON Show Greatest Ever – Total Number of Exhibitors – 570, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • HP’s Group Insurance Plan, Dwight Mindling, 4.
  • Porter East Trip Report, NEP, 5.
  • Current HP Instruments, 300A and 330B, Dick Reynolds, 6.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 12.
  • Quality Test Department, Jim Hobson, 16.

07/55

  • Hewlett-Packard Factory Organization, Noel E. Porter, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • “Airlift” For WESCON, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • New HP Time Vouchers To Appear July Fifth, 4.
  • Current HP Instruments, Dick Reynolds, 5.
  • Ship It! – Exporting and How It’s Handled, Hank Meadows, 9.
  • Bonus Booster, Cincinnati Hydraulic Grinder, Dean Abramson, 11.
  • Attend 1955 WESCON – Show to Represent Cross- Section Of National Electronic Production, 11.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 17.
  • Mal Mobley of WESCON Gives Organization Data, Exhibitors Increase from 15 in ’45 To Over 580 Today, 19.
  • HP’s Bonus System – And How it Works, Dwight Mindling, 21.

08/55

  • HP Factory Organization, Noel Porter, 1.
  • General MacArthur To Open WESCON, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Current HP Instruments – Microwave Test Instruments, 5.
  • WESCON Field Trips – One of Most Extensive Programs Ever Organized for WESCON, 7.
  • HP Planting Guide, Stu Churchon, 14.
  • A New Wrinkle – Etched Circuitry and its Challenge, Cal Larsen, 14.
  • Plastic Molding Dept. – Plays Important Role, Dean Abramson, 15.
  • Stanford Engineering School Adds Unit, 15.

09/55

  • HP Factory Organization, Noel Porter, 1.
  • HP Establishes New Stanford Fellowship, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – WESCON – A Reflection of HP Personnel, 1.
  • New HP Gift To Augment Stanford’s Electronics Research Lab, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Cort van Rensselaer, 3.
  • Current HP Instruments, Dick Reynolds, 5.
  • New Instruments Seen At WESCON, Dick Reynolds, 7.
  • Historic Oscillator Home For Short Visit, 9.
  • Work Smarter, Not Harder – Our Use of Conveyor Lines, Paul Schmidt, 12.
  • Ship It! New Containers, Hank Meadows, 16.
  • Bonus Boosters – We Have a “SIP”, Al Sperry, 18.
  • Memory Tube Session – A Seemingly Amazing Phenomenon Explained, Duane Marshall, 22.

10/55

  • HP Sales Organization, Noel Eldred, 1.
  • New Inter-Departmental Safety Contest Start At HP October 17th, Pete Vogt, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • Additional Hew-Packers Qualify For Pension Plan, Paul Schmidt, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Bonus Booster – Bert Jackson Designed Machine
    To Cut and Bend Resistors for AC-4A Decade Units, 7.
  • Current HP Instruments – Modernized Oscillators,
    Models 200J, 202C and 201C, Dick Reynolds, 8.
  • Bonus Boosters – HP Silicon Diodes, Al Sperry, 10.
  • Service Visitors – Heavy Schedule Ahead, Carl Mahurin, 15.
  • An Introduction to Development Lab Projects, Duane Marshall, 17.

11/55

  • HP Office Organization, Frank Cavier, 1.
  • New Booklet in Circulation – New Employee Information Handbook, George Climo, 1.
  • 1955 Inventory Notes – Well Organized Headache, Ed van Bronkhorst, 1.
  • Editorially Speaking – We Count Our Blessings, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Highly Intensified and Diversified Sales Training, Cort van Renesselaer, 3.
  • Latest Pension News, Paul Schmidt, 5.
  • Remington Rand Electronic “Brain” Takes Up Residence In Basement, Ed van Bronkhorst, 6.
    Univac computer
  • Current HP Instruments, 400H Vacuum Tube Voltmeter, Dick Reynolds, 8.
  • An Introduction To Development Lab Projects, Duane Marshall, 12.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Cottrell, 16.
  • A Provocative Article, Cal Larsen, 21.

12/55

  • Christmas Greetings from Dave and Bill, 1.
  • Inside Hew-Pack’s Lab, Barney Oliver, 1.
  • Heavy Production Schedule Causes Christmas Party Reshuffle, Dick Wene, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling! (’55 sales volume highest in history), Noel Eldred, 3.
  • An Introduction To HP Lab Projects, Duane Marhshall, page 6.
  • Service Visitors, Carl Mahurin, 15.
  • HP Personalities, Al Sperry, 18.
  • What Is A Road Show Like?, John Borgsteadt, 20.

1954 – Watts

01/54

  • Xmas Party – Best Yet!, Jim Hobson, 1.
  • Blood Bank Report, George Climo, 1.
  • Technical Books of Late HP-ite Donated To Reference Library (Robert E. Jones), 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling On Wings Now, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Home Construction of High Fidelity Gear, Pete Dawson, 6.
  • The Equalizer – In Spite of Progress, Correct Use of Hand Tools Still Important, C.Larsen, 8.
  • A School Teacher Views Our Offspring, Crayton Thorup, 14.
  • Lab Lines – Transmitter Problems, Al Ennor, 15.
  • A New Safety Device, Hazetrol, Cal Larsen, 16.
  • New Products? – A Variable Voltage Encabulator, S. Churchon & B. Thormahlen, 17.

02/54

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • Fire Prevention News, Pete Vogt, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Trailer Aids Sales, Noe Eldred, 3.
  • Home Construction of High Fidelity Gear, Pete Dawson, 4.
  • Bonus Booster – Contour Projector, Dean Abramson, 6.
  • Special Handling Department, Functions Explained, Al Ennor, 10.
  • Income Tax Refunds, If Eligible, G. Climo, 12.

03/54

  • Franchise Tax Board – Income Tax Division Issue Information – Deadline, 1.
  • New Inter-Departmental Safety Contest Starts At HP, Cal Larsen, 1.
  • 1954 Scholarship Program – Participation Contributions New Forthcoming, 2.
  • New Vital Adult Ed. Course Sponsored by Stanford University Press and Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce, Page 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Bonus Booster – The Speedi-Matic, Dean Abramson, 6.
  • A School Teacher Views Our Offspring, Crayton Thorup, 9.
  • HP Hosts Naval Provisioning Team, 10.
  • Special Handling, Al Ennor, 10.

04/54

  • Spring Housecleaning Aids Plant Safety, Cal Karsen, 1.
  • Safety News – Play Safe and Don’t Get Hurt, Pete Vogt, 1.
  • Bonus Booster – National Twist Drill and Tool Company Not Properly Credited, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Dawn Andersen – Around The World To Work For HP, Duke Madsen, 4.
  • Home Construction of High Fidelity Gear – The Pre-Amp, Mamrvin Willrodt, 6.
  • Bonus Booster – The Belmont Wet-Blast Cabinet, Dean Abramson, 7.
  • Special Handling Assignment Hits the Line – N.B.S. to P.G.&E., Al Ennor, 7.
  • Quality Control Dept., Primary Function – Control, Maintain and Improve the Quality Level, Bill Dufendach, 10.
  • Bonus Booster, IMPCO Plastic Molding Machine Dean Abramson, 11.
  • Shipping Department Purchases Excelsior Picker, Max Sowder, 12.
  • A Light Subject – HP Has New Lights, Stu Churchon Page 13.
  • A School Teacher Views Our Offspring – Future Teacher Outlook Numerically Poor, Crayton Thorup.16.

05/54

  • Facts On Safety Contest, Cal Larsen, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – Orders Holding Up Well, 1.
  • Fire Demonstration – May 10, Pete Vogt, 2.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – Road Shows in High Gear, Cort Van Rensselaer, 3.
  • Our Amazing Maintenance Dept, Cal Larsen, 6.
  • New Stock Room Program in Effect, Dean Abramson, Page 7.
  • William Bloss Spent 10 Days at HP – Extremely Happy with HP and Says, “Your Instruments Always Do More Than You Say They Will”, Car. Mahurin, 11.
  • A Schoolteacher Views Our Offspring, CraytonThorup, 13.

06/54

  • Scholarships Awarded – Outstanding Recipients Frank Caview, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Bert Crandall – HP Photographer Retires, Stu Churchon, 6.
  • Bonus Booster Kux Die-Casting Machine, Dean Abramson, 12.

07/54

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • HP Scholarship Winners ($500 each) Are Ordetta Bechtel and Ray Hybarger, by Frank Cavier, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • New HP Administration and Research Building Illumination Wonder, Stu Churchon, 5.
  • A School Teacher Views Our Offspring, Crayton Thorup, 16.

08/54

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – HP Sales Seminar Outstanding Success, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Goodby, Wiring and Assembly Line – Automatic Possibility For Distant Future, Dick Reynolds, 6.
  • Home Construction of HI-FI Gear – Speakers, Don Broderick, 8.

09/54

  • Hewlett Addresses All Industry Group – Subject: “Why Electronics Grows With the West”, 1.
  • Pension News – Biggest Year for Pension Plan, George Climo, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling – New HP Products Show Feature, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • HP’s Efficient Plating Department Now in Full Swing, Dean Abramson, 4.
  • Impressions of HP (HP’s First Scholarship Winner), Ralph Baender, 7.
  • Whys and Wherefores of Hewlett-Packard Suggestion System, Stu Churchon, 8.

10/54

  • Noon Movies “What Makes Us Tick” and “Search For Security”, Marian Babakan 1.
  • Community Chest Drive – Over the Top, Another Record, George Climo, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • HP Using New Etched Circuit Process, Dick Reynolds, 4.
  • Segments From the Lives of HP-Ites (Ernest Antonio), Duke Madsen, 8.
  • Service Visitors, Harold Sanders, Frank Rodd and
  • Don Lusk Try HP Equipment, Carl Mahurin, 10.
  • Quality Control – Another Bonus Booster, Dean Abramson, 14.

11/54

  • SPEC. ISSUE A Special Forward to the Men and Women of Hewlett-Packard, 2.
  • History issue

12/54

  • Federal Tax Help Available to Hewlett-Packard Employees, 1.
  • From Our President’s Desk – 1954 a Year of Great Accomplishments, 1.
  • Our Reps Are Selling, Noel Eldred, 3.
  • Neighbor – Eastman Kodak Right Up the Road, Al Sperry, 6.

12/54

  • HP Observes 15 Years of Company Progress Jim Hobson, 7.
  • Motion Economy – A Potential Bonus Booster, Al Sperry, 10.

1953 – Watts

01/53

  • Hewlett-Packard Goes to College (Hewlett-Packard wing of the new Electronics Research Laboratory on the Stanford Campus), PHOTO, 3.

02/53

  • PHOTO: Eldred Honored by West Coast Electronic Manufacturers’ Association in Los Angeles, 5.

03/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • outlook is bright
  • plans for additions for more space
  • research and development work

04/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • Hewlett-Packard on Display–Interest High
  • New -hp- Models Shown
  • Chest X-Ray for H-P’ites (chest X-ray day a-hp-), George Climo, 1.
  • New Plant Record Set for Red Cross Drive (Amount: $2,259.00), 2.
  • PHOTO: Mr. G.L. Osborne presents Mr. Bob Sundberg, Purchasing Agent, with the 20,000th transformer supplied Hewlett-Packard since 1950 by the Osborne Electric Company.
  • H-P Proposed Expansion Program, 3.
  • Industrial Awakening!! — Mid-Peninsula Safety and Security Council Activated, Cal Larsen, 9.

05/53

  • (Misprinted as April, 1953)
  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • New Construction to Start Soon
  • Educational Cancer Movies–Another H-P Health Project, Paul Fulton, 1.
  • H-P Chest X-Ray Survey, George Climo, 1.
  • H-P Active Participant in Stanford Blood Drive, George Climo, 1.
  • PHOTO: New H-P Exhibit Unfolded at New York IRE Show.
  • Two Scholarships to be Awarded This Year, Frank Cavier, 3.
  • W.C.E.M.A. (West Coast Electronic Manufacturers’ Association) Establishes Scholarship Fund, Jeanne Jarrett, 3.

06/53

  • Editorially Speaking, Bill Bigler, 2.
  • municipal water supply fluoridation
  • Junis Petriceks of Paly; John Gallo, Sequoia High H-P Scholarship Winners — Will Work at -hp- This Summer, 2.
  • National Electronic Buyers’ Group Formed — Sundberg Elected Secretary, 3.
  • First Spadeful! New Building Program Now Underway, 4.
  • Harry S. Dowe, Jr., Inc., Long-Time H-P Associate, Jeanne Jarrett, 5.

07/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • Complete Cooperation with Development Lab Highly Essential
  • Blood Drive on Again!, George Climo, 1.
  • Baender of Yale Univ.–First Scholarship Man Meets 1953 Winners, PHOTO, 2.

08/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • sales-seminar program
  • Inter-Department Safety Contest (Another First), Cal Larsen, 1.
  • Blood Bank Record Set, George Climo, 1.
  • Pension Fund Set-Up, George Climo, 1.

09/53

  • Report on Safety Contest, Cal Larsen, 1.
  • WCEMA Scholarships Awarded, PHOTO, 1.
  • WESCON for ’53, 1.
  • H-P to Exhibit at Sept. National Electronics Conference in Chicago, 1.
  • PHOTO: Norman B. Neely’s Mobile Lab, 3.

10/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, 1.
  • projects in the near future
  • Community Chest Drive Opens October 6th (Palo Alto Goal, $100,210.00), Frank Cavier, 1.
  • A Light for the Handicapped (signal light presented to Rehabilitation Section of the Palo Alto Clinic), PHOTO, 2.
  • H-P Booth a Big Success at San Francisco WESCON, 1.

11/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 1.
  • H-P Spirit Exemplified in Chest Contributions
  • Our Association with Kingman–A Proud One
  • Community Chest, George Climo, 1.
  • PHOTO: Earl Lipscompb’s Fifty-three Foot Travel-Lab, interior/exterior, 3.
  • Nov. 15 Deadline for Gifts Going Overseas, 13.

12/53

  • From Our President’s Desk, Dave Packard, 1.
  • A Christmas Message
  • Congratulations Bill! (Bill Hewlett named President of the National Institute of Radio Engineers), 1.
  • Blood Bank Report, 3.

1952 – Watt

01/52

  • H-P Christmas Party Marks Beginning of New Tradition — Bill and Dave Instigate Scholarship With Fund Given As Christmas Gift, Bob Jones, 1.
  • The H-P Employees’ Scholarship Fund (Mechanics of Plan Explained), Bob Jones, 1.
  • What Happened at H-P During 1951? (Highlights of the Year), 3.
  • Santa’s Workshop — H-P Branch (toys for needy children), Bob Jones, 4.

02/52

  • I.R.E.–N.Y. Show, 1.
  • H-P Goes “Legit” — Throws Out Slot Machine (H-P’s involvement in program for rehabilitation of handicapped people), 1.
  • Fire Control Comment — Use Good Common Sense, Cal Larsen, 2.

03/52

  • Hewlett-Packard Company Acquires Additional Land (Acreage Annexation — Two and One-Half Acres Involved), PHOTO, 1.
  • Red Cross Drive Tops — Highest in -hp- History, 1.
  • Editorially Speaking, Bill Bigler (Watt’s Current editor), 2.
  • Have You Given Any Blood Lately?
  • Civil Defense Comment — Learn What to Do and What NOT to Do, Cal Larsen, 2.

04/52

  • Packard Report on Eastern Trip — Dave Tells of Excellent Nation-wide -hp- Acceptance, 1.
  • H-P Wins Again! — This Time Advertisement Survey Award, 1.
  • Hewlett Development Demonstrated at Show (New Waveguide Directional Coupler), 1 — PHOTO, 9.

05/52

  • Scholarship Fund Trustees Meet, 1.
  • H-P Movie Program — A Chance to Learn, Stan Selby, 2.
  • FIRST APPEARANCE OF WATT’S CURRENT REGULAR FEATURE “H-P FIVE YEARS AGO”, “…EIGHT YEARS AGO”, 3.

06/52

  • FIRST APPEARANCE OF “FROM OUR PRESIDENT’S DESK”, 1.
  • levelling off in defense program
  • looking ahead–increasing research and development activities
  • H-P Group Insurance Pays $33,828.00 in Year, 9.
  • H-P Polio Insurance — Are You and Your Family Protected?, 10.

07/52

  • H-P Picnic issue

08/52

  • Scholarship Winner Baender Visits H-P (winner of first -hp- Employees’ Scholarship Award), 1.
  • Fire Demonstration Planned, Cal Larsen, 2.
  • H-P 712A’s Coming Off Wilson Engineering Assembly Line, 5.

09/52

  • Fire Brigade Meeting, 1.
  • New Safety Committee, Cal Larsen, 1.

10/52

  • New Industrial Safety Council, Cal Larsen, 1.
  • H-P Blood Bank Drive Re-Activated, Frank Cavier, 1.
  • H-P Contributes $2300 to Community Chest, Frank Cavier, 1.

11/52

  • Pension Eligibility Shortened to Four Years, Frank Cavier, 1.
  • New Buyers’ Group Instigated by Bob Sundberg, Jeanne Jarrett, 8.

12/52

  • Our Christmas Message, Dave and Bill, 1.
  • looking back and looking ahead