The third set has the February 14, 1922 patent date on the jar. The top was marked with a daisy flower and had a screen for pouring off the whey. There were six sizes in this series, one quart to the eight quart, numbers 10, 20, 30, 40, 60, 80. There were churns with flowers on the bottom in sizes 2-3-4-and 6, marked on one side, churns with flowers on the bottom and marked on both sides in one quart and four quart and churns with out flowers on the bottom in the quart, 4 quart and 8 quart sizes. And, believe it or not on the number 40 churn, with the flower on the bottom and with the patent date, marked on both sides, there were a series of numbers ranging from 1 to 10. To find the number, hold the churn with the patent date toward you and tip the jar over slightly backwards and there where the churn curves to the bottom you will see a small number. Why? Who knows? But these are very collectible; there are collectors out there trying to find only those churns. The label for these churns was slightly arched in stating "Dazey Churn". The balance of the label was in a straight line. As a note, the one quart pat dated churn was marked on both sides; a flower embossed on the bottom and did not contain a pat date n the writing.