Joseph (Joe) Drueke was one of the sons of William F. Drueke, who founded game publisher W.F. Drueke & Sons and ran it until he died in 1956 at the age of 72. Joe and his brother Bill jointly ran the company until 1971.
Joseph Drueke is listed as the patent holder for two games in 1943: Play A Way Roulette, Patent D135706; and Tree Puzzle, Patent D135848. Source: Narrative on the William and Rose Smith Drueke Family at http://www.peterspioneers.com/WRSD.htm#desc.
Joe also designed the 1951 game Bug-Box, which oddly he seems to have published independently of the family firm, as the box and material show the publisher as Joseph W. Drueke Co., also of Grand Rapids, Michigan.