Mad #30 (Albert Feldstein) - Mingo's Alfred E. Neuman Issue - December 1956

According to Frank Jacobs, Norman Mingo is the only artist who could draw the perfect Alfred E. Neuman.  Mingo drew his first of eight consecutive classics covers for Mad.  The cover of No. 30 is considered the official naming of the What, Me Worry? kid.  However, the face and name were temporarily combined in Mad No. 24.  The inside back cover of No. 29 also formally added the name, Alfred E. Neuman to the kid's face.

The designation of Alfred E. Neuman as mascot and the use of professional illustrators for the covers, are two of the first changes made by Feldstein. [PS2]

Hero's arm has been sewn. ("Pulp Magazines" - page 36)

Mass Hysteria - Elvis Pelvis
Western - Gunsmoked
Advice - Alfred E. Neuman Answers Your Questions
Collectors - The Manly Art of Self Defense
Hollywood - Scenes We'd Like to See
Beat-A-Path - Mad Builds a More Civilized Mouse Trap
FairWarning - Motorist Beware!
Nostalgia - Mad Establishes an Old Comic-Strip Characters' Home
Sports - Bowling
College - Collegiate Whimsey
Movies - Morbid Dick
History - A Medal for Horatius
Literature - Pulp Magazines
Band-Aid - A Saw Screams at Midnight
Awards - Mad Merit Badges
T.V. - Dizzyland