Microsoft has maintained this as their best practice for SharePoint Foundation,
Install Service Pack For Foundation that is immediately prior to cumulative update you wish to install
Install Cumulative Updates for Foundation
Since the June 2013 CU is just shy of Service Pack 2, this means:
1) You install SharePoint Foundation
2) You install Service Pack 1 (if not slipstreamed)
3) Install cumulative updates for June 2013
Not sure what you are trying to setup, but you may want to think about just installing Service Pack 2.
EDIT TO ADD: While not specifically mentioned I'm inferring you mean SharePoint Foundation 2010.
EDIT Further: By your comment I'm assuming you're starting from "Zero" that is no farm, no media copied. You should do this:
1) Install SP 2010 (DO NOT CREATE FARM)
2) Install SP1 (or slipstream with 2010, DO NOT CREATE FARM)
3) Install Cumulative Update
4) Create Farm via PsConfig or your favorite method
If the farm is already going, after EACH Service Pack or Cumulative update, run
PSConfig -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -wait -force
So you would install SP1 on all servers (if not already installed), run psconfig as specified above for each server on the farm, then install the CU on all servers, run psconfig again for each server on the farm.