Typical 35mm films have frame numbers, both text and bar codes, installed on them by the manufacturer. The primary numbers are 1 -- 24 (12/20/36) working up from the leader end. I don't think it's consistent beyond that, but films I've seen have often had a frame 0 ahead of frame 1, and some may have a 00 (or maybe an X). In some cameras, if the end of the film is not adequately anchored to the take-up spindle, the film does not advance and you end up making 20/24/36 exposures on the first frame (not too useful!) We have all probably done that -- it's why some of us observe the rewind knob to see if it turns when we advance the film!
In your case, it looks as though the film advanced one frame after the first shot, and then stopped. That seems less usual, but still suggests the film disconnected from the take-up, or else there is some other problem/camera malfunction. I'm not familiar with that camera -- some have a wind release button, usually recessed on the bottom plate to disconnect the wind function so you can rewind the film back into the cartridge when the roll is full. I could guess with some cameras accidentally pushing that might stop the winding process, but have no experience. (That must be one of the few mistakes I have not made!)
If this is a camera where the film is advanced electrically, it would be harder to observe what's happening (but could be related to the problem). Do you have a manual for the camera? I would suggest trying some cheap film, following the loading instructions to the letter and see what happens. Some of these things are not easy to diagnose over the web.
Edit: Can't see those negatives very well -- are they each a single exposure or does there appear to be multiples? If they are each a single exposure it might suggest the shutter has suddenly decided not to work. Unfortunately there's a long list of possibilities, some of which vary between cameras. Since many of these cameras are twenty to fifty or sixty years old, there can be just simple mechanical problems with delicate moving parts sticking because of thickened or dirt encrusted lubricants.
Good luck, welcome to APUG, etc.
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