Diana Margarine became popular in the Philippines between the 1930’s and 1940’s.
Similar to Star Margarine, this product was sold in cans and did not require refrigeration.
It was manufactured in Manila by Dy Buncio & Co., Inc. 
In the product endorsement shown above, pre-war movie star Carmen Rosales (second from right) is referred to as the *Señorita,*the same name of her hit movie produced by Sampaguita Pictures and directed by Dr. Gregorio Fernandez. 
Sitting next to the young Rosales were (from left) Gloria Del Mundo, Rosa Aguirre, Miguel Anzures (assistant production manager), and Narding Anzures.
Narding, son of Rosa Aguirre and Miguel Anzures, was a popular child actor who would later be convicted of murder for killing actress Lilian Velez and her housemaid in 1948.