In the 1930s, electricity became ubiquitous in urban residences in the United States. At the time, some individuals in the country did not have access to power.
When electricity became widely available in the 1930s, it allowed people to take advantage of small luxuries like hot plates, waffle irons, and electric ovens.
For many who preferred country living, electricity would not arrive for another few decades. These were, however, the families that could have benefited the most from power. It would have made it easier for them to do the numerous tasks required to keep their crops growing and healthy.