Sara Almand Ewing and Philip John Davis were married in the Great Choir of the Washington Cathedral of St. Paul at four o'clock on Saturday, June 16. The Rev. John Owen, headmaster of St.James School (Md.), conducted the traditional service.

The bride wore the dress of her great-great-grandmother, Mrs. Randolph Harrison which was later worn by her great-grandmother. Her sister, Mrs. Richard Lammert of St. Louis, Mo. was matron of honor; her other sisters, Elizabeth and Tucker Ewing, and her husband's sisters, Monica and deidre Davis, were bridesmaids. Brian Davis was his brother's best man and his ushers were Thomas Queen, John Wyss, john Dunn and Richard Ewing Jr., brother of the bride.

Mr. Davis, a partner with the law firm of Kirkland and Ellis of Washington, D.C., is the son of Mayor and Mrs. Sigel Davis of Bellwood, Ill.

The reception was held at Chance Farm, the Rockville, Md. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tucker Ewing. Mr. Ewing, a retired Foreign Service Officer, was formerly country directror of Burma-Cambodia in the Department of State and is presently senior vice-president of the Congressional Information Service, Bethesda, Md.

Mr. and Mrs. Davis Honeymooned in England, Scotland, and France and reside in Arlington.