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Andres v. Andres, 1 Ark.App. 75, 613 S.W.2d 404 (Ark.App. 1981)
Frank Andres immigrated to the United States from Switzerland in 1928 and settled with his wife and seven children in St. Vincents in Conway County. Subsequently, Frank Andres purchased 160 acres of land which was referred to throughout the testimony as the "home place." The title to this tract is not in issue in this case. Prior to his death in 1939 he purchased 80 acres of land but had the title taken in the name of his son, Adolph Andres, as a gift. Shortly after the conveyance to Adolph the father died. Adolph, his mother, and brothers and sisters, John, Frank, *78 Marie and Fides, continued to reside on the home place. Adolph, as the only adult child, was the "head of the household." He farmed the home place and rented additional acreage on which he raised cotton.