The plant is tall and the flower color is a deep pure red, which makes ‘Patriot’ an apt name.

I have also received this plant under the incorrect name of ‘Good Cheer’ and was able to identify the unknown by comparing the flowers and foliage. The discs are rather prominent and unique and helped in the identification. 

Cultivar: Patriot
Year: 1943
Seedling No: 10739.
Parentage: 4: lactiflora X macrophylla
Flower: Color: deep red
Form: single, 2 rows of petals
Blooms: Week 4
Carpels: 4, light yellowish green, woolly
Stigmas: white with splash of pink above style (unique coloration)
Disc: white with pink edges, conspicuous
Stamens: light yellow filaments, large number of stamens
Plant: Habit: upright spreading
Foliage color: medium green
Foliage form: narrow
Height: 36-38″ (reported), 40″ in 2021
Recommendation: Recommended
Availability: Several specialty nurseries

Comparing flowers from a correctly labeled ‘Patriot’ and an unknown.  It is easy to tell  you’ve received a wrongly labeled plant when it bears no resemblance to the description but I am only confident making an identification when I can compare the plants and flowers side by side.